Learn to play piano by ear & express yourself
naturally and freely on the keys


Play piano by ear

Anyone can learn to play piano by ear! PlayPianoFluently is a alternative model of how music works on the keyboard, with powerful practice tools (or toys!) designed to generate musical fluency. With focus and practice, you can play chords and melodies by ear and your rhythms will be clear, precise and natural. Most importantly, with these skills, you can express yourself naturally on the piano, in any style of music: jazz, rock and blues, classical, pop, in fact you can explore of any musical style you like!

This is because you learn to grasp the deep, symmetrical, non-linear structure of rhythm and the tonal map of the piano keyboard. You will then find chords and melodies by ear effortlessly. You will play rhythms with an infectious flow or groove. And you don’t need to practise scales and arpeggios or study music theory in order to be fluent. You don’t need to count note values or play to a metronome. You will simply understand musical patterns clearly.

Learn the most useful piano skills

All of this means you will have truly useful piano skills. You will be able to:-

  • Play the piano by ear and have great aural skills
  • Improvise or compose your own songs and pieces
  • Sight-read fluently – instantly hear an unfamiliar musical score in your head
  • Learn new music quickly and easily
  • Play with a natural, excellent piano technique without needing to practise finger exercises or drills

Once you are musically fluent on the keys, you will find learning music theory far easier too.

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Learn to play the piano with clear, solid focus, in a state of flow! Play melodies, rhythms and harmonies effortlessly and naturally with deep understanding of tonal relationships and rhythm as you let go and play from the body and soul!

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I’ve tried so many different ways of learning piano. I did classical piano as a child then later I tried jazz piano and I’ve looked at various show-and-play lessons on YouTube. Finally, I found this method. It’s revolutionary approach is simple and practical which doesn’t mean it’s all that easy to give up my old habits. But at least I have all the tools now to practise properly!

Megan Wright

I’ve found learning piano this way to be really exciting. It’s definitely challenging but always fun. The materials are really clear and my piano skills now amaze people.

Jack Smith