Piano Tutorials Up and Coming – Have a Say!

Hey guys,

Wow I can’t believe it’s been since before Christmas since our last post and figured it’s time that we give you a little bit of an update. For all our piano followers you’ve probably also been hitting up the truly astounding Piano Encyclopedia site that we’ve been working up buttocks off on for over a year now. It is really coming along and I must say, if I wasn’t apart of helping work on things I’d be getting on board myself.

The developments that Piano Encyclopedia has been going through is above what we even expected at first. We started off with all these simplistic ideas, but they soon skyrocketed into some of the most amazing ideas we’ve ever had. Not only will you be able to interact with other piano enthusiasts like yourself, but get to learn many new tricks along the way!

Since this has taken up a lot of our time we’ve sort of slacked around here and so sorry for that. When we get glued to an idea, we really put our all into it. Apologies.

Now that things are beginning to come together I figured on behalf of The Piano Encyclopedia team I’d post a little update to let you know we are still alive and kicking. The blog hasn’t died, we are just a little preoccupied!

I myself will do everything in my power to start posting more Piano tutorials in the future while the rest of the team continues working in finishing all the final touches of Piano Encyclopedia and help you guys learn all those truly amazing songs. Since we haven’t posted since December any new tutorials there is guarantee quite a few new songs out there everyone wants to learn so give me a shout and let me know! I am always game for learning something new too so don’t be shy. C’mon we are all learning here, so let’s at least throw it down and get some good grooves going on up in here!

Until next time



One Response to Piano Tutorials Up and Coming – Have a Say!

  1. tinted_9 says:

    Here are a couple good songs that you could learn and then teach:
    Bohemian Rhapsody—Queen
    How to save a life—The Fray
    Everything—Michael Bublé
    Haven’t Met You Yet—Michael Bublé
    Fool in the Rain—Led Zepplin

    Also it would be really awesome if you guys could do some more advanced improvisation tutorials…I’m really interested in improving y improvisation and I would like to know what scales are used in some of the more difficult improvisation techniques such as in jazz/blues music and the urban worship stuff. I’m familiar with musical theory up to grade 2/advanced rudiments and I will be beginning grade 3/harmony in the near future.

    Thanks 🙂

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