Learning how to read sheet music for piano can be quite daunting at first because it looks like a series of lots of lines and dots with several random symbols thrown in for good measure. The key thing to remember is that piano music simply uses the basic elements of sheet music – it just has a lot of them because a piano player has 2 hands and a total of 10 fingers and therefore the potential to play a lot of notes at any one time. It helps to remember this when practicing as you can practice one hand at a time and make significant progress with whichever piece you are wanting to play. Some contemporary piano music has one stave (usually Treble Clef) for the right hand and chord symbols above or below the staff.


If you need help learning the keyboard keys use this piano notes chart to help memorize the notes. Usually (but not always), the top stave is written in the Treble Clef and the bottom stave is written in Bass Clef. The purpose of this music game is to help beginner pianists learn how to read sheet music and remember the names for all the keys. The top stave shows the notes that should be played with the right hand, whilst the bottom stave shows the notes to be played by the left hand.


In this case, you would play the tune with your right hand and improvise the chords with your left hand.



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