New rhythm: Half note
Dictate 'Who's That?' using half, quarter, and eighth notes
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that ending was TOO funny for me and my mum to take!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL
excellent teaching .Thanks a lot
You’re welcome! We’re glad to have you learning with us.
i love your videos!!!!
Thank you! We’re glad to have you learning with us.
MR Hoffman who does the voice of the girl with the pink dress and yellow hair
It’s Princess’s voice, of course!
Hi,MR Hoffman this is Samantha I love your shows especilly the puppets at the end I’m doing great with my piano posture not so great with my spelling though. I want to be a piaonist when I grow up.
I’m delighted to hear that you want to be a pianist when you grow up! Having long-term musical goals is a great motivation. It’s so important that we’ve posted an article about it: Choosing Music for Life Means More Improvement Today! Good luck and happy playing.
My boys and I LOVED this video. So helpful. Oh, and thank you TOO!
this kinda isn’t any of my beeswax,but do you have any daughters? p.s. my little sister LOVES the puppets.
p.p.s. do you make mr. frog’s voice? are you a ventriloquist?
Nope – just wonderful, rambunctious boys. We do have lots of nieces, though, and we love having them visit. p.s. Mr. Frog croaks all on his own. – Mr. Hoffman
hi Mr Hoffman about the piano postureyou know how you said that if your feet do not touch the ground you should use a straw or text book while the store at my house
Hi! My Daughter is loving your teaching method. So much so, she is sneaking a little play before she goes off to school.
I’m happy we have found sometging we can both enjoy. Every time she masters a new song (who’s that?) she will video it and plays it back. It gives her bundles of confidence.
how much is the piano cause I want to be a singer ,songwriter ,actress ,model , musician , and dancer, etc and my family are poor an don’t have money to buy a piano. so how much are them.
Finding a piano that works on a tight budget can be difficult, but there are lots of reasonably priced options out there. Let me refer you to an article on our blog that gives specific recommendations: Choosing a Piano or Keyboard for the Beginning Student. If even the lowest-priced keyboards are unattainable for your family at this time, you might want to ask around about practicing at a friend’s or relative’s home or at a local church or library. – Mr. Hoffman
Thanks mr. Hoffman! I really appreciate it!
Hi Hoffman. it’s o’shea’s sis Jojo. I wanted to say I love this lesson. Well, that’s all I got to say, sorry. but at least I can tell you that I love this lesson. I’m doing great with my piano posture.
Your biggest fan, Jojo.
Hi Jojo, glad to hear that you liked the lesson and that’s awesome about your piano posture! You’re about half way through all the lessons now–keep up the good work! -Mr. Hoffman
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