If you are an adult or a teenager learning the piano, then this could be the most important invitation you will ever receive.
Most people are really keen when they begin learning to play the piano or keyboard, but many soon give up
because they find reading music notes too difficult.
They feel disappointed and frustrated. Why?:
- They cannot find the notes on the piano keyboard.
- They struggle to remember which note is which on the staff.
- They confuse the bass staff notes and the treble staff notes.
You might be a first timer taking up a new interest in music… or maybe this is your second go at learning to play the piano. Like most music students, you dream that you’ll soon be playing your own favorite songs on the piano. Perhaps you look forward to the fun of playing the piano for your family and friends. And maybe you’d even love to create your very own beautiful piano music.
But then you will soon discover a problem nobody warned you about: that music notes are difficult to learn.
Most music courses just expect you to remember the notes on the piano by repetition alone… with the result that you often end up just having to guess what the notes are!
If only you could break through this learning block, you would be able to fulfil your lifelong dream of sitting down at the piano and playing beautiful music!
What is the solution?
I have been a piano teacher for over 30 years. I have seen this problem so many times. I have surveyed all the piano teaching books, courses and ebooks on the market, and frankly, not one of them really helped my students learn to read music notes in a quick, systematic way that was also fun.
I wanted a book or course that would:
- Make the learning of music notes fun — instead of a chore
- Actually show beginners how to remember all the notes on the keyboard
- Actually show beginners how to remember all the notes on the bass staff and the treble staff
So I decided that if I couldn’t find a book, course or ebook that did these things, I would write one myself.
After 12 long months of writing and testing it out with my own piano students, here it is:
Reading Music Notes With Ease for the Adult Beginner.
This ebook makes learning music notes fun and easy, and is designed to help you WHIZ through learning music notes.
Here’s a list of what you will receive from this ebook:
You will learn music notes with a brand new memory technique, combined with a dash of fun — which makes learning a breeze, not a chore. You will rapidly gain confidence as you learn to recognize all the 21 notes on the bass and treble staffs — using a systematic method, not just rote learning.
You will be hugely entertained by the hilarious voices of the ‘Gang of Seven’ characters used in this ebook. Embedded behind all the illustrations of the Gang of Seven members are voice clips that you can play as you view the ebook on your computer screen, simply by clicking on each picture with your mouse. You will also enjoy playing the music clips embedded in all the keyboard and staff diagrams. As you listen to every note that is discussed, by clicking on the diagrams, you will easily relate the material to your own keyboard. You will get a feeling of achievement as your knowledge of each music note is locked in when you use the free bonus flash cards. This ebook’s simple explanations of basic music terms such as octaves, bar lines, ledger lines, and the bass, alto, tenor, and treble clefs will help you master the fundamentals of music theory. Also included in this ebook is a unique Gang of Seven Musical Map Chart that will give you an overview of all the notes on the Great Staff. (This makes a great teaching aid to frame and set up near your keyboard or piano!). And best of all… your enthusiasm for music will grow stronger day by day as this ebook helps you easily conquer the biggest obstacle facing new music students — how to read music notes.
How does this ebook make learning
to read music notes so easy?
The following table shows the many ways that Reading Music Notes With Ease teaches you to read music — as compared to the other books, courses and ebooks on the market today…
Used to Teach
Faster and More Easily
|How most music books and courses teach music notes||How Reading Music Notes With Ease teaches music notes|
|Notes are taught by repetition alone||Yes||No|
|A comical character is linked to each music note||No||Yes|
|The same seven characters are used to teach notes on the keyboard and the staff||No||Yes|
|Little stories link the comical characters to their positions on the keyboard and the staff||No||Yes|
|Hilarious voices and click-and-play music clips make learning loads of fun||No||Yes|
|Students can practise their notes with flash cards||Yes||Yes|
|Students can deepen their understanding of music through fascinating background articles||No||Yes|
Act immediately and
you will receive the following 4 FREE BONUSES!
Along with your 29 page ebook, Reading Music Notes With Ease, you will receive a further 26 pages of bonuses. Exceptional value — just for placing your order right now!
FREE Bonus No. 1
When you invest in Reading Music Notes With Ease for the Adult Beginner, you will also receive free of charge the Music With Ease Flash Cards. These 22 colorful flash cards feature the same Gang of Seven stories that are taught in the ebook. By using these cards you will enjoy practising your music notes until you can recognize them all instantlyFREE Bonus No. 2
You will also receive the free bonus Music With Ease article, Rhythm in Music, that takes you on a guided tour through notes, rests, and time signatures.It includes:
- a quick look at how today’s note shapes were developed
- a simple comparison chart of notes and rests
- instructions on how to count music
- counting guides for five commonly used time signatures with entertaining and informative music clip examples
- a simple chart summarizing 18 important time signatures in Simple and Compound Time
- an explanation of asymmetric time signatures.
Over 2000 years of experimentation led to the selection of the notes used on todays musical instruments. This light-hearted article by guest author, Anne Dollin, explains how:
- A scale of naturally related notes was discovered in a blacksmiths shop;
- Master instrument tuners adjusted this scale to suit their own musical instruments; and finally
- Seven notes were chosen that are used in the vast majority of instruments today.
It was not until 1000 AD that an Italian Benedictine monk first developed a detailed system for writing down music. This interesting article by guest author, Anne Dollin, explains the origins of:
- The “Doh Re Mi” system; and
- The first musical clefs.
What people are saying about this ebook
“I really like the flashcard portion of the book especially. I have put them by the piano and review it before I start practicing each day, and it is definitely helping me. I am very glad to have ordered the book. Thanks for offering it online.”
— Lisa Alway
Wellington, New Zealand
“I liked the system very much. I especially like the flash cards.”
— Ann Black
Pittsburgh, PA“I purchased your ebook a few nights ago, and it is great! Easy to understand, the little characters are really cute. I found your ebook to be very helpful.”
— Carmella Dunkin
“I had been struggling to learn to read music and to put together the keyboard with the written notes. I could not see the logical relationships between the written notes nor could I remember them quickly enough to play them. After thirty minutes of reading through your book, ‘Reading Music Notes with Ease for the Adult Beginner,’ I saw it all so clearly and could remember it so much better. Your way of personifying the notes and their relationships reminded me of how my father used to remember post offices for sorting the mail as a postal clerk. It works! Thanks! Your system has taken me to the next level. I am excited about teaching my 4 and 6 year-old with your system next!”
— Gary Ritner
Pastor, Cottage Grove, MN
“I bought your book because I wanted a fun way to teach a 14 year old boy his notes. Common books were too babyish but this is just great.”
— Alexandra Bartolo
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So take a deep breath and prepare yourself to put away all the money you thought you had to shell out to pay for extra music lessons — and use this 100% foolproof music note learning method to learn your music notes faster than you ever imagined.
Click here to order now, risk free, and start learning notes fast and easy — beginning today.
Associate Trinity College London, Associate Music Australia
P.S. Learning to read music notes is critical for your musical success. The $14.97 you invest in this ebook is only a tiny fraction of the cost of your music lessons. Yet it will ensure that you will breeze through learning your notes — so that you can enjoy the fun and excitement of becoming a piano player!