Useful Links - Don't harm yourself by sitting at the piano incorrectly; this can cause lasting damage and potentially end your piano playing career!  This page also has links to other content on posture and wrists.  Thank you Amelia!  - Piano Marvel is an online library of thousands of songs and exercises. If you use Piano Marvel with a digital keyboard and MIDI connection, it provides scoring and feedback on performances. It's currently used at BYU, UVU, CSU Fort Collins, CU Boulder, Texas Christian University, and more.  Sign up for a free account to try it out! - This page is specially designed to take complete beginners to an intermediate level faster than any other method. You start with popular rythm style piano (think of artists like Lennon & McCartney, Elton John, Billy Joel, Barry Maninilow, Lionel Ritchie, Coldplay, Norah Jones and so on) wich means you get to sound like a pro from the start! - Elena Piccione regularly posts videos of Russian art, music and culture along with own live piano recordings of Mozart, Rachmaninov, Chopin, Scriabin, etc. / - The Piano Bench Mag is the only magazine for piano teachers written by piano teachers. Each month, new topics are covered, bringing new ideas and fresh insight that will help you run your studio.  I even did a few! - Alfonso is one of the most popular jazz pianists online.  His cocktail jazz style is very refreshing with tasty chords and pleasant improvisations.  As well as being a jazz pianist, he is a composer and has extensive experience in film scores.  He also has a jazz piano lesson channel which you will find useful. - Jackie makes regular videos for piano beginners and has a growing online presence in the piano world.  You will enjoy her friendly, clear style.  From this link, discover her other groups and G+ links too! - Brad here has a great website for all kinds of music students.  I occasionally write articles for this website, too.  Not only for piano, you can find many resources to all kinds of music-related subjects.  Check it out! - Discover the wonderful Liszt Museum located in Budapest. - Felipe came across my blog randomly and liked it so much that he promoted me quite a lot on his own blog.  He is Portuguese but studies in Rome.  He is also a pianist and has written some scientific papers.  His blog also has a section on photography.  Have a look, it's very well put together!

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