My name is Happy.
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I love it
I’m so glad!
Hi mr. Hoffman ! My name is Vanessa and I’m 9 . My dad loves your free program for kids and I have a suggestion of what you could do for a extra lesson or just a regular lesson for kids like me to remember the notes on the staff. You could explaine that all the space notes spells f-a-c-e and the lines notes stands for every good boy deserve’s fudge/fun. I love your lessons and hope you continue to teach me and other kids to play the piano! ????
That’s a fun little memory trick – I’m glad you’ve found it useful! I’ll have to remember that for the future…
Hi MR Hoffman I really love your shows you are a teriffec piano teacher your biggest fan Samantha
Thanks so much!
Love your lessons thank you
You’re welcome; I’m glad you’re enjoying the lessons!
Hi mr.hoffman I am 6 years old . I like your lessons.????????
Wow, this video seems to be one of the old lessons.. As if it was filmed a long time ago..
how do you get the colored dots to change colors?
To Mr. Hoffman,
we love your lessons. My mom says they are a great online
program,and she even watched a lesson and learned some
piano. I think that they are cool,but hard. How do you learn
these songs? Some of them look so hard.
By the way, I am 8.
I’m glad you and your mom are interested in our lessons. Learning piano takes patience and practice, but our lessons can teach even an absolute beginner, really! Persistence is the key: practicing even a small amount every day will help you more than trying to do hours of work every once in a while. We start with simpler songs and work our way up to more challenging ones over time, so if it seems too difficult, it would be good to back up and spend more time on earlier lessons to master the basics before moving on.
Good luck and happy playing!
and please i realy love your lessens. form meadow to mr. hoffman.
hi mr. hoffman im meadow i love your lessons i always do your academy mr. hoffman i just love you mr. hoffman from meadow to mr.hoffman and im 7.
need more lesson like this :v it’s hard for me to read a sheet
How could F be a step above E while you said once between E and F is just a half step? How could a half step be written on the grand staff?
Hi Tan! Great question! The lines and spaces of the staff correspond to the WHITE keys of the piano–one line or space for each white key–regardless of whether the distance between the 2 white keys a half step or a whole step. So, when you go from E to F on the piano (which technically IS a half-step), on the staff it will appear to go up a “step”. Interestingly, staff notation does not differentiate between half-steps and whole steps. E to F (half step) looks the same as G to A (a whole step). I hope this helps!
Hello Mr Hoffman , I enjoy a lot watching and learning from you , this lessons has a lot of information but I have a question , If I’m going to play a song on the piano how would I know which pentascale is used ? Thank you very much for answering 🙂
Mr. Hoffman. I thought this lesson was really fun. Thank you. I especially like the magic color changing notes.
Glad you enjoyed the lesson, Daniel! Thanks for watching and learning with me!
I love the song,my first note song!
You are the best
Why, thank you! It’s very nice of you to say so.
Hello Mr. Hoffman, it’s Jojo again! I learned a lot from this lesson! And I’m actually doing better on my piano posture. I really love your lessons and maybe i’ll be as good as you one day! I’ll keep up the good work!
– Jojo B
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