PRLog - Feb. 8, 2012 - SAN DIEGO -- Valentine's day is fast approaching. Usually, it's chocolates and flowers that make their appearance. But candy and roses aren't the only gift items available and pianist/composer Edward Weiss has a better idea.
Valentine's Day Piano
Why not give your loved ones something they can cherish forever - a unique solo piano piece created by you.
"I wanted to create a piano course so simple, anyone could very quickly create something that sounds like music right away. And I think I've accomplished this goal. Just a few chords, some brief instruction, and a virtual pat on the back are all that's required for the eager adult to play piano."
Weiss teachers something called 'New Age' piano. And if you're under 45, you might not even know what that is. According to Weiss, it's a free-flowing piano style that lets students express themselves quickly without having to read music.
The course Mr. Weiss teaches now has over 145 lessons and 1100 students. Instruction is provided via video and step-by-step instruction.
When asked why he teaches this eclectic style of playing piano, Weiss responds:
"It's simple ... I love the way it sounds! And since it's relatively easy to create, it gives aspiring musicians something they can do in a brief amount of time. In fact, all one needs are chords and the right kind of instruction. Both of which I amply provide."
Weiss is currently offering a free piano lesson titled 'Summer Morning' at his website. The lesson promises to show beginning adults how to easily improvise in the Key of C Major using something called the open position chord.
The free lesson can be found at http://www.QuiescenceMusic.com