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key-notes Membership

Access the complete library of lessons! Download expertly typeset sheet music and professionally recorded audio of each piece.

There are currently 435 detailed, professionally produced videos in the course, all recorded on a breathtaking Bösendorfer Imperial concert grand piano. The course is designed for beginning to late intermediate students and tailored especially for the needs of adult piano learners. More lesson material is added regularly.

Use the new mobile app on your Android smartphone or iPhone, and experience the innovative, newly released music theory software on any device!

Membership to key-notes costs less than one dollar a day.

Thanks for the wonderful lessons—they are dense with info, worth repeated viewing, and, I really like the selections for the practice pieces—it's much easier to practice when I enjoy the music!
Lloyd
Your course is excellent. I have learnt so much in such a short period of time. I absolutely love the PDF, and the videos fit so well with it. A guided program that in fact teaches you how to read music. I have to stop myself from rushing forward as I want all the information to sink in step by step. Your whole membership is what I have been looking for. I am so happy I joined and I look forward to learning from you and growing as a piano player.
Bonnie
Wow! This interactive software is phenomenal, nothing short of fantastic, and exactly what I didn’t know I was missing when attempting to learn a new piece by first analyzing the chords and their progression, not to mention phrasing, modulation, voicing and all those theory items necessary for a more profound understanding, as you say, of the piece. Ultimately, a way to learn faster and with that immense joy which comes with understanding what the composer has written. Simply inspiring! And included with the key-notes membership!!
 
Thank you so very very much.
Adena
My compliments—your presentation and the insight you offer is quite unique—and believe me, I have looked at many different website courses and tried a few different teachers.
 
You are accurate, though not overwhelming, and so far in the beginning videos which I have watched, it feels to a beginner adult learner that your work provides solid foundations to build understanding and hence some knowledge.
 
Most piano teachers appear to take a lot of things for granted, do not explain enough, or explain badly—so it is then impossible to know the “first principles,” understanding of which is key to knowledge and to being able to recollect by working things out.
Irene