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Free Report Reveals Five Secrets to Playing New Age Piano
(Published: April 09, 2011)

Composer and pianist, Edward Weiss, has been sharing his enthusiasm and knowledge of New Age style piano for over 15 years. For those who want to play the piano, but don't think they can learn, Weiss has released a report that reveals the five secrets of what's really important when playing New Age piano music.

"In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert's mind there are few," said Weiss. "Students have an advantage over so-called experienced piano players."

Improvisation is at the heart of New Age piano lessons. Students must be willing to experiment, take risks and follow where the music leads them. Students begin with specific scales and work within established parameters. Weiss provides a prime example with the composition in his free piano lesson, "Summer Morning," located at http://www.quiescencemusi.... Students begin with simple melodies. Elaborate and complicated compositions come later as players feel more comfortable and confident. The key is to be receptive without trying to force the music.

Those who have taken piano lessons are taught they must learn the scales before they can attempt anything else. One of the first things students of New Age piano lessons learn is to forget what they've been taught in the past. Weiss can't read music, yet he's recorded two CDs of original music and Grammy award winning composers endorse his New Age piano lessons course.

Learning to improvise and play New Age piano is as easy as learning three chords. Students can learn all 144 chords if they want, but there's no point if they're never going to be used. It's useful, but not necessary. Too many choices only serve to complicate the process.

Weiss's report opens the door to New Age piano lessons for those who want to play but have given up on their dream. With his online New Age piano course, even those with no experience will be able to create their own unique compositions in a few short hours.

Weiss is currently offering a special opportunity for those who want to learn to play New Age piano. For a limited time, visitors can get over 100 New Age piano lessons for just $19 by visiting http://www.quiescencemusi.... Those who sign up now will also receive a free workbook, "New Age Piano Made Easy." Students can cancel at any time and owe nothing more.

Weiss is a well-known New Age music composer, pianist and recording artist. He's been sharing his knowledge and giving lessons for over 15 years. He continues to give private and group lessons and is the author of several books. He's the creator and developer of the revolutionary, one-of-a-kind New Age piano course he offers online.

The report is available at http://www.quiescencemusi...

More Information: http://www.quiescencemusic.com

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