All of the videos here at PianoVideoLessons.com are free to watch.
- Unit 1 – Beginner 1 Start learning piano at the beginning. (16 lessons)
- Unit 2 – Beginner 2 Developing hands together coordination, basic reading. (16 lessons)
- Unit 3 – Novice 1 Time signatures and dexterity, basic reading. (16 lessons)
- Unit 4 – Novice 2 Reading and playing hands together. (16 lessons)
- Unit 5 -Piano Chording 1 Play piano with lead sheets and chords. (16 lessons)
- Unit 6 – Piano Classics 1 Learn your first piano classics, including Fur Elise, Moonlight Sonata and more! (16 lessons)
If you have some previous experience, check this page for placement suggestions. Where should I start?
YEAR 1 e-book:
Bonus Units – Beyond Year 1
- Unit 7 – Chording 2 Lead sheets using chord extensions, slash chords and new LH arrangement patterns. (16 lessons) Prerequite: Unit 5 or basic chord/lead sheet knowledge.
- Chording with Christmas Christmas Carols in 3 levels – basic harmony, root position chord harmony and arranged left hand accompaniment. Prerequisite: some treble clef note reading skill.
- Unit 8- Grade 1 Technical Exercises and Etudes Technical Requirements (scales and triad exercises) and Piano Etudes (preparatory music) equivalent to RCM Grade 1 Piano Technical and Etudes.(14 lessons)
- Unit 9 – Grade 1 Baroque Repertoire five baroque style piano pieces equivlant to RCM Grade 1 level repertoire. (15 lessons)
- Note Reading Course – Featuring the Note Rush app
- Note Speller for Piano Improve your note recognition, includes ledger lines above and below the staves. No prerequisite
- Pre-Staff Beginner Piano Lessons – Unit Zero for those who want to ease into learning before starting Unit 1. (This, and the Note Reading Crash Course are the first units ever created for YouTube, so they’ve been around for a while! They are not needed if you are following the Year 1 Comprehensive Beginner Piano Curriculum, above.)
- Christmas Carols (Easy) Beginning with Pre-staff and easy beginner reading, then each carol has 2 options easy beginner or easy chord style.
Not sure where to start? Check this page: Where should I start?