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Revolutionary New Piano Learning Method Teaches You to Play in 3 Days or Less.
In the span of one weekend, you can now learn how to play your favorite songs on the piano using both hands! A revolutionary new approach to music theory developed by a 17-year-old kid is astounding new musicians and seasoned veterans alike.
Never before has learning to play the piano been presented in such a way as to appeal to both sides of the brain. Arturo's casual and enthusiastic teaching style eliminates the fear and intimidation that most traditional piano lessons create. As well, his step-by-step system is a fluid, "both-hands-
In the words of "Easy As That Piano" student Nasser Rihan, “It doesn’t feel like learning, it just feels like…doing!
What is perhaps even more unusual and inspirational than the guide itself is Moises' dedication to helping others achieve their own musical goals. It is rare that a young man of his age cares as much about saving other piano students the years of struggle that he himself went through to comprehend and master the keyboard, to learn to play his favorite songs and even compose his own beautiful music.
In his own words, “I’ve been playing the piano for years now; I was forced to learn alone. I learned proper techniques and important musical knowledge later on. I had to simplify everything for myself, and I did! If I had something like this when I first started, I’d be ten times the musician I am today.”
Arturo Moises differs from most music teachers in that he is humble about his own hard-earned skills. He believes that everyone, no matter what their age, is capable of understanding how music works and how to take command of the piano. It is a matter of how the information is presented. While most traditional piano lessons are stretched out over years, "Easy As That Piano" cuts out the mind-numbing sheet music and drills that suck the fun out of playing music.
Many music teachers hoard their knowledge, feeding it to students in small increments over long periods of time that dilute the learner's patience and interest. This is why so many people give up after just a few months of trying to learn to play piano. In addition to saving months or even years of effort, this quick-learning method saves thousands of dollars!
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Page Updated Last on: Aug 29, 2012