I highly recommend my kids’ piano teacher because I’m so pleased with their progress. Jack’s gone a long way in one school year’s worth of lessons, and Katie just finished her third. Both of them really enjoy playing, too. I love hearing the melodies they pound out—true, the repetition is irritating sometimes, but it’s pretty cool that K&J like to show off to us.
It makes me think I need to work on my own piano skills. I took nearly ten years of lessons, but I can barely play anymore. I read music about as well as Katie does, I think, and that’s a shame. I would like to learn to play piano better. I don’t know if I want to commit to taking lessons—does that say something about how serious I am about this? Pro’lly.
I think my level of commitment is more along the lines of “if it doesn’t take a ton of time or $$, I’ll do it.” I’ve heard about some new and different types of programs to learn to play piano. I’m curious how effective they are. I know that some of the methods of learning foreign languages have gotten pretty good. Does anyone know about alternative methods of learning to play music?
If you know anything about this method, or any others that you have had success with, please let me know. Thanks!