Learn how to play quarter notes, half notes, dotted half notes, and whole notes on the piano. Also learn how to get into C Position. This is Lesson 5 in the …

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23 thoughts on “How to play quarter notes, half notes, and whole notes, and C Position. Piano Lesson 5

  1. Tara Lynn says:

    Thank you for making these. I played piano for a couple years around age 10
    and I’m trying to get back into it in a self-taught kind of way. These
    lessons really help because you are calm and concise. :)

  2. Dawn Wood says:

    I have wanted to play the Piano for years, when I was younger i played by
    ear but never very well, these videos are amazing and so easy to understand
    thanks so much x

  3. Rubyred2200 says:

    My whole life i have always wanted to learn how to play the piano. Thanks
    to you, now i will be able to. May you have an abundant life for sharing
    your talent.

  4. Becky O'Brien says:

    I really like your videos. I am a 54 women and decided to learn to read
    music and play piano as a way to keep my brain sharpe. I love how easy you
    make the lessons and the way they are organized. Thank you for making
    these lessons available on You Tube. I look forward to playing my first

  5. Raquel Esther says:

    this is real good… this is the 5th lesson i’m looking at with an
    understanding… it really help me a lot, during to having a piano i now
    can be able to play it soon.. as i continue on your lesson..thanks a
    lot…God bless.. 🙂 

  6. ari elle says:

    Thanks so much for these videos! I’m taking a piano class at my school next
    year and the course description said you don’t have to have any keyboard
    experience, but I figured it would be easier for me if I at least knew how
    to read sheet music. These videos have definitely helped me!

  7. Melissa Leo says:

    Thank you very much for your lessons on video, benefiting much from it 🙂
    can’t wait for lesson 7!!!

  8. tyler leighton says:

    may i just thank you very much for these videos. they are helping me out a

  9. Rose Fan says:

    Thank you very much for your lessons. I have learnt a lot from you. May I
    have your name so I (and a lot of people …, I bet) can nominate you for
    Grammy Music Educator?

  10. Asri rusyaidi says:

    Omg!!!im understand all the thing that i learn on your videos…thank you
    very much teacher!!!

  11. Krystyl Astudillo says:

    OMG!! thank you so much for your lessons!! I’ve watched other people lesson
    videos and to honestly tell you i didn’t learn anything from it. I’m so
    lucky i saw your video and FINALLY i can understand everything! it help me
    out alot!! you are the best! such an awesome teacher you are! thank you
    very much. i’ll be forever thankful! :)

  12. sub_zero says:

    Thank you so much you make everything so simple unlike some other dicks
    they call teacher they dont even have patience to teach

  13. Mohammed Tammous says:

    You are awesome I love you man 😀 😀
    I can play alot of pieces on the piano but I don’t understand what exactly
    am I doing so these videos are helpful :D

  14. Sir Sauccy says:

    One thing I think that would have been good to mention to people who are
    new to reading music or haven’t done anything with it, is the tempo. The
    notes get the same count no matter what, of course, but how long that count
    lasts also matters. Loving your videos so far. :)

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