How to Make Music: Chords are Key says Piano Teacher Edward Weiss

Unique Chord Structure Gives Students Ability to Play Piano with Both Hands Right Away!
"Chords are key," says Weiss
"Chords are key," says Weiss
Nov. 24, 2012 - PRLog -- Who says you have to spend years in a conservatory in order to play the piano. Not pianist and online teacher Edward Weiss who says if you want to learn how to make music, chords are the answer.

Weiss had developed a ‘new age’ approach to playing piano that, according to this eclectic teacher, can have anyone not only playing piano in less than an hour, but also create their own music.

When asked how he accomplishes this remarkable feat, Weiss comments:

“I have my students learn something called the ‘open position chord’ first. It’s a special chord structure that allows the complete beginner to play piano with both hands right away. Not only that, it’s a modern sounding chord structure. Most teachers start students off with triads. And while these are still used, they aren’t very modern sounding. My approach bypasses the antiquated classical method to get students improvising and creating on their own, usually, in under an hour.”

Weiss is currently offering a special at his site
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