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Learning Piano Later in Life: 'New Age' Approach Draws in Baby Boomers
Getting older doesn't mean creative fun has to end says teacher Edward Weiss!
Enter Quiescence Music and its founder Edward Weiss. Online for over 12 years, this site promises to show anyone how to easily express themselves in the 'New Age' piano style. This is something many learning piano later in life would like to do, but can’t because no one seems to offer this kind of thing.
Here’s what course creator Edward Weiss has to say about the lessons:
“I created an online course where people could learn how to be themselves at the piano. So many want to just sit down and play what they feel without having to read sheet music. My course offers an alternative that many really appreciate.”
Students learn how to improvise, compose, and express themselves in the New Age style. The method Weiss utilizes is easy to learn, and lessons are provided in a manner that’s easy to understand and put into practice. The methods are easy to employ, even for those who have never before touched a keyboard.
Lessons can be accessed online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students can learn and put their knowledge to use whenever it’s convenient, without scheduling appointments and rearranging their busy lives. The lessons have been extremely popular with individuals worldwide, with over 1,100 students currently taking the course.
A complete New Age piano course is currenlty being offered at the website http://www.Quiescencemusic.com