LESSON 30 Who's That?

What you'll learn

Learn to play Who's That?
Review reading notes on the treble staff


Who's that tapping at the window?
Who's that knocking at the door?
I am tapping at the window.
I am knocking at the door.

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    • You will need to make occasional adjustments on a keyboard that size, particularly with the hand-over-hand finger power exercises, but it should still work as a starting point. Good luck and happy playing!

    • Wow, thanks! Isn’t it a great feeling when something is really hard at first, but through hard work and patience you finally master it? Keep up the great work! – Mr. Hoffman

    • I love it! Or here’s another one:

      Who’s that playing the piano?
      Who’s that practicing today?
      P B is practicing piano.
      P B is going to be great!

      – Mr. Hoffman :)

  1. Hey I think you didn’t do this intentially but, you covered up the camera woman taping the whole thing which I thought was really funny.

  2. I like this lesson very much. I’m glad that you have us use the D Pentascale in our materials at home so that we get used to playing different scales with our fingers. Thank you for everything that you do. I haven’t played piano in a really long time, and this is a great way for me to refresh and get stronger with my basics.

    • When you are playing in the C Major pentascale, you will use your 5 fingers to cover C, D, E, F, and G. You will not have any finger on A or B. Later on, when you progress to harder songs, we will move our hands around on the piano more, but for now our songs just cover the range of 5 notes at a time.

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