Your Second Course on Piano: Two Handed Playing
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Your Second Course on Piano: Two Handed Playing

You will learn more about reading music and playing the piano with both hands at the same time.
4.5 (12 ratings)
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1,012 students enrolled
Created by Timothy Wurm
Last updated 3/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Play two handed songs, play songs in the key of C Major and G Major, play with dynamics.
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Requirements
  • How to find notes on the piano and how to read music.
  • Take my Introduction to Piano and Music Course before taking this course if you are just starting out.
Description

This course will help you develop your ability to read and play piano music for both hands.  This is an easy course and is for those who know the very basics like how the piano is laid out, basic note reading, and where to place your hands already.   If you are brand new to learning piano, check out my "Your First Course on Piano" course here on Udemy. 

Join over 700 students in learning how to play the piano!

4.64 Star Rating Average. 6 stellar reviews from real students.

Here is what one student had to say: "This course is great for who have no idea what piano is. He doesn't just show something and jump to another topic. Continuously, you repeat all you've learned throughout the course and using this way you'll have robust understanding of basics. Thank you for helping us to learn how to play piano!"


Difficulty Level: EASY

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

-Play examples with articulations (staccato and legato)

-Play examples with eighth notes

-Count more difficult rhythms (with combinations of quarter, half, whole, and eighth notes)

-Understand key signatures

-Read and play in G Major

Read simple notes, play with both hands, play with dynamics, and play in different keys! Learn to play songs own your own and with more feeling!


My name is Tim and I have a Bachelors of Music from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. I have taught dozens and dozens of students locally and have been teaching online for about 3 years. I have taken my music knowledge and compiled it into this course for students around the world who are looking for an easy way of learning piano without spending thousands on lessons. Are you one of these students? Enroll today!



Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who has taken Introduction to Piano and Music or students who know a little about piano already.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 22 Lectures Collapse All 22 Lectures 04:48:20
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Introduction Video. What you will learn and what you need to know!
1 Lecture 01:59
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Unit 1
4 Lectures 48:55

This concepts video for unit 1 is a review of topics covered in Introduction to Piano and Music such as reading notes, the staff and both clefs. The main goal of this unit is to introduce you to two handed piano playing. Remember to start playing very slow when you first put a song hands together. You may want to master the treble clef and bass clef separately before putting hands together.

Preview 12:17

These are the playing examples for Unit 1 of this course. These are meant to introduce you to playing with both hands.

Unit 1 Playing Examples Part 1
12:20

A continuation of the playing sheet examples.

Unit 1 Playing Examples Part 2
13:10

Learn how to play the song; A Tisket A Tasket

Unit 1 Song
11:08
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Unit 2
5 Lectures 01:03:23

This is the concepts video for Unit 2. Continue learning the basics of how to play with both hands on the piano.

Unit 2 Concepts
14:19

Practice these examples, which are designed to help you become more familiar with playing piano with the right and left hand at the same time.

Unit 2 Playing Examples part 1
13:36

part 2 of Unit 2 playing examples.

Unit 2 Playing Examples part 2
14:43

Playing the Piano Level 1 Unit 2 Songs; Ode to Joy and Pop Goes the Weasel.

Preview 10:55

Part 2 of the songs for unit 2 of Playing the Piano Level 1.

Unit 2 Song Part 2
09:50
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Unit 3
4 Lectures 01:00:14

Playing flat notes, dotted quarter notes, and playing legato are the topics covered in this unit's concepts video.

Unit 3 Concepts
14:18

These are the piano playing examples for unit 3 of Playing the Piano Level 1.

Unit 3 Playing Examples Part 1
15:49

This is part 2 of the unit 3 piano playing examples for Playing the Piano Level 1.

Unit 3 Playing Examples Part 2
15:56

These are the songs for unit 4. March Slav by Tchaikovsky and Mussette by Bach.

Unit 3 Songs
14:11
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Unit 4
4 Lectures 49:55

This Unit covers key signatures, the key of G Major, and the repeat sign.

Unit 4 Concepts
09:57

These are the playing examples for Unit 4. They are designed to help you grow accostomed to playing in a different key.

Unit 4 Playing Examples Part 1
15:20

This is part 2 of the unit 4 piano playing examples.

Unit 4 Playing Examples Part 2
15:40

This is the song for Unit 4; Air by Mozart.

Unit 4 Songs
08:58
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Unit 5
4 Lectures 01:03:54

Playing the Piano 1 Unit 5 Concepts: Course review and wrap up.

Unit 5 Concepts
13:30

These are the piano playing examples for Unit 5 of Playing the Piano Level 1. These examples review many of the concepts introduced in this course.

Unit 5 Examples Part 1
18:29

This is part 2 of the piano playing examples for unit 5.

Unit 5 Examples Part 2
16:48

Unit 5 Song: Rage over a Lost Penny by Beethoven.

Unit 5 Songs
15:07
About the Instructor
Timothy Wurm
3.8 Average rating
50 Reviews
4,032 Students
5 Courses
WCU Graduate, Professional Piano and Theory Instructor

I went to West Chester University' School of Music and Performing Arts Center in West Chester Pennsylvania. I also have a Masters in Information Technology from Kaplan University. I have been teaching piano for over five years now and teaching online for over two years. I have developed in that time a method for making high quality instructional videos using various forms of technology.