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

Play piano by ear and understand music deeply

Few people can make music as naturally as we all speak. Fewer still look at a score and hear the music playing in their heads like you are doing now with these words. Yet almost everyone understands music when they hear it. Rhythm, melody and harmony speak to us directly; even music we’ve never heard before is full of meaning but very few people can reply instantly, effortlessly playing apt harmonies, melodies and rhythms on the piano keyboard. This online piano course teaches you how to do this.

We might believe that fluent skills on the piano will eventually come, after we’ve learned all the theory or practised a few thousand hours of scales or exercises, but usually they don’t. Or we might believe that only rare special people with unusual innate talents can improvise, play by ear and sight-read fluently. We might even believe that we need special genes or that perfect pitch is a super-power! It isn’t. This course shows you a clear, coherent model of how music works to give you practical understanding of how rhythmic and tonal patterns are formed.

PlayPianoFluently is a clearly set out online piano course with carefully designed practice tools (or toys!) for developing musical fluency. With the correct focus and practice, you will be able to play chords and melodies by ear and rhythms that are naturally flowing and precise. Most importantly, using these skills, you will express yourself naturally on the piano.

Once you are fluent, you can explore any style of music you like! All genres – jazz, rock and blues, classical, pop etc. – are built using the same principles and elements. 



Learn to play the piano with clear, solid focus, in a state of flow!
Understand patterns of melody, harmony & rhythms clearly then play music effortlessly from the body and soul!

Learn the most useful piano skills

You can learn truly useful piano skills. You will be able to do the following things instantly, without any working out or trial and error

  • Play the piano by ear and have great aural skills – play music you can remember
  • Improvise or compose your own songs and pieces
  • Sight-read fluently – hear an unfamiliar musical score in your head and play it effortlessly

Once you are musically fluent on the keys, you will also find learning new music to be a very quick and easy process. You won’t need to rehearse pieces over and over until muscle memory kicks in. And you will find that developing excellent piano technique is also a very natural process. You won’t have to play repetitive drills or exercises or strengthen your fingers. With fluent skills in place, music theory far easier to learn and understand.

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