"Learn How to Read Sheet Music Quickly and Easily in Days, Not Years!"
Introducing the new key-notes™ DVD and workbook training course!
From: Albert Frantz
Dear Music Lover,
As a concert pianist and music teacher, I've discovered that the number one hurdle for most music students is learning to read music.
A lifetime of discovery and joy in playing centuries of masterpieces awaits musicians who have developed this skill.
Yet many people tell me that they quit lessons years ago because they couldn't read music.
Others would love to start but fear they'll never get past this frequent stumbling block.
I've developed the How to Read Sheet Music training course to solve this problem. Used to train classical musicians throughout the world, this DVD and workbook course is the most effective professional method that will train you to read music starting from the very basics—even if you've never touched a piano before.
This invaluable course is packed with professional techniques that are guaranteed to cut your learning time to a fraction of the time it takes most students using traditional methods. Simply complete the exercises one by one and you'll be well on your way to becoming skilled at reading music!
I'd be thrilled if you already know me from my performances or teaching, but in case you don't, I'd be honored to have a brief opportunity to introduce myself. I'm a concert pianist in Vienna, Austria, the famous City of Music that was home to countless of history's greatest musicians: Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Strauss, Mahler... and others too numerous to list.
I'm American and am grateful to have become the first pianist to be named a Fulbright Scholar to Vienna in nearly a decade, after winning numerous local, state and national piano competitions.
I've had the privilege of studying and collaborating with several of the top pianists and teachers in the world, and it is thanks to them that I've been able to learn the most powerful and effective techniques for learning to play piano.
I owe my teachers a deep debt of gratitude, and this is a major reason why I'm sharing these methods with you today.
What to Expect
I hate overhyped products every bit as much as you do. I'm not going to make any outrageous claims here. Nobody can turn you into a virtuoso sight reader overnight. Nobody has ever "mastered" reading music in just seven days (as one website claims), and nobody ever will. Nor will learning to read sheet music happen without effort on your part.
I'm giving you the tools, and, just like the students I teach in person, I expect you to use them! I've designed every step of the way to build on the last, and I'll be guiding you step by step through the process.
I've done all the preliminary work for you. Now it's your turn!
No expense was spared to bring you the highest-quality course on learning to read music. If you've grown accustomed to the cheap, homemade, very poor quality of YouTube videos, be prepared to be pleasantly surprised by this course: This video was professionally produced and recorded on multiple high-definition cameras. Hundreds of musical example graphics were created and carefully integrated into the video.
It was recorded on-site at the home of the world's most prestigious piano manufacturer, Bösendorfer, in Vienna, Austria, on a breathtaking special-model Imperial concert grand, the most exclusive (and expensive) piano in the world. Audiophile equipment was used to capture the piano's famously rich, powerful sound in all its beauty.
I put a ton of care into organizing the video, and there's not a superfluous word anywhere in its more than 70 minutes. I've condensed many top professional tips into the video, and it's something students will want to revisit over and over again.
What You'll Learn...
Here are some of the things you'll learn:
- What is music notation?
- The difference between the keys and the notes
- The two dimensions of written music
- The white keys and how they relate to music notation
- How to visualize music
- What are all those clefs, and how did they get there?
- How to find any written note on the piano keyboard immediately
- How to memorize common fingering patterns
- How to read intervals
- Sharps and flats and even double accidentals
- Note values
- Dotted notes
- Time signatures
Who Is This Course For?
How to Read Sheet Music is intended for adult beginners, as well as those returning to the piano after an extended absence. If you've struggled with learning to read music and are still at a beginner or early intermediate level, then this course is also for you.
The course is suitable as your very first piano lesson.
It was also developed with piano teachers in mind. Music teachers will encounter many brand-new ideas and techniques for teaching their students how to read music in the most effective way.
That said, the course isn't for everybody. If you're already quite experienced or at an upper intermediate level of piano playing, then you'll need more advanced material. Early intermediate students, however, will get considerable value from the new ideas and method presented in this course.
What You'll Get...
You can order either the hardcopy version or the new all-digital version. The hardcopy comes as a beautifully printed and packaged standard resolution DVD. The digital version contains both a high definition version plus a smaller version formatted for iPhone screens.
With either version, there is an option to order the hardcopy version of the workbook at just $7.48 plus shipping for a limited time!
My Personal Guarantee
My goal is to reach as many people as possible with the best courses possible. I'd therefore like to assume all the risk myself.
I'd like to give you an entire year to use the How to Read Sheet Music course. If after working through the course for up to a whole year, you're still unable to recognize notes on the staff at sight, simply email me for a full refund of your purchase price. (Shipping and the hard copy workbook are excluded.)
I only ask that you really work through the course. You can go to the most famous music conservatories in the world and you won't find a better, more thorough method for training the eyes to read sheet music. Work through the course at your own pace, and you will improve.
This means that if you work through the course and haven't learned to read music within one full year, simply email me for a refund.
Why am I offering this?
I realize a few unscrupulous people will take advantage of my generosity, or perhaps consider me foolish. I'm not offering this for them.
I believe most people are honest, and these are the people I want to have as customers and enthusiastic members of my popular piano learning website, key-notes. I trust your honesty and want to eliminate any fears you may have about purchasing key-notes products.
Most of all, I truly want you to benefit from this course. I worked incredibly hard to make it the best of its kind, and I want to spare you all the frustration that typically comes with learning to read music.
So place your order with full confidence, knowing that there's no risk for you.
How to Order
Before you order the DVD version, please make sure you choose the right version: NTSC or PAL. The content is exactly the same, but the DVD format is different, since different countries use different standards. If you get the wrong version, it will play in your computer's DVD drive, but it won't play in your DVD player attached to your television.
In a nutshell, essentially the Americas and Asia use NTSC, and Europe, Africa, India and the Middle East use PAL. If you're not sure, please look up your country in these lists:
Take advantage of this special offer today! I genuinely want you to have this course, as I really believe you'll be thrilled by the quality of both its presentation and method.
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I wish you much success with this course!