Learn to play Christmas Piano Songs thorugh this course. In this first course, you will learn how to play Deck The Halls, playing chords and melody.
If you want to play Christmas songs, this course will guide you through practical videos, how to play each hand separately and the how to play both hands at the same time. There is an important space in this course dedicated to read the written notes, this is because you need to know what are you playing!! But don´t worry it contains the exact amount of music theory so you can understand it without spending too much time.
This course is divided in 3 chapters:
1.- Theory and piano tips.
2.- Reading the notes of the song.
3.- Playing the song!
This course has material that can be downloaded, in order to improve your experience offline.
So, there´s nothing to loose and so much fun to have! Enjoy playing this song and be prepared for the holidays!!
Important recomendations that would help you to develop an efficient study routine.
Identify the name of the notes in treble clef and place them at the piano.
Quick overview to the basic rhytmical figures that you need in this course.
Analyze and read the first part of the song.
Analyze and read the second part of the song.
Analyze and read the third part of the song.
Read the whole piece and have a written and visual reference of the chords.
Get the PDF with the sheet music, chords and visual reference at the piano.
Now let´s start playing the song with both hands at the same time.
Playing both hands at the same time, now the full song.
Now we are getting to the end of this course.. Congratulations!!
Ilse Lozoya is a pianist and educator who has been creating online courses about music and education on Udemy since 2016. She is deeply involved on creating online content with other artists and course developers as a co - instructor.
Here courses are basically focused on:
- Music Theory
- Ear Training
Her courses have more than 15 000 students from 150 countries.
Ilse Lozoya has been a piano teacher for the last 17 years, her experience teaching young kids includes the Yamaha Program and now she is a Certified Suzuki Piano Teacher
For the last 7 years she has been a higher education teacher in local music universities. Her academic degrees include:
Music Bachelor´s Degree by Universidad de Guadalajara (UDG)
Master´s Degree in Education by Universidad Tecnológica de México (UNITEC)
University Teaching 101 by Johns Hopkins University through Coursera
Liderazgo en gestión educativa estratégica a tráves del uso de la tecnología by Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM)
Foundations of Teaching for Learning Specialization Program by Commonwealth Education Trust
Virtual Teacher Program Specialization by UCI Extension Continuing Education
Currently besides her daily academic activities as a private piano teacher, she is developing virtual piano courses in order to reach people who don´t have the opportunity to take regular piano lessons, she has a blog and she is preparing an E-book