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Piano Lessons for Summer 2011? Online Course Promises Summer Fun
(Published: May 31, 2011)

Noted author, educator and musician Edward Weiss has a suggestion for these hot summer days - learn to play the piano! Now, before you think this is some sort of slick marketing trick, it isn't as far fetched as it may at first sound.

Edward's been teaching people of all ages and all walks of life to play the piano in as little as 30 days. Even better, his students learn in the comfort of their own home, without the expenses and hassles of usual teacher-student instructions.

For over 10 years Mr. Weiss has been using the power of the internet for bringing the joys of learning to play piano music within reach of anyone with a computer and musical keyboard.

No Experience Necessary

His online lessons can take a complete musical novice from ground zero to playing the piano and composing their own compositions with an ease that is simply amazing.

As Edward explains:

"Most people think it takes years of tedious repetition and iron discipline to begin to play and create music of their own. Nothing could be further from the truth. With my method, students are mastering chords in just the first dew days alone, and are actually creating unique musical scores in less than a month."

Ed's lessons have been giving even the most timid computer users a chance to master the ivories. Ed clarifies:

"This course is a distillation of everything I teach about learning to play and compose piano music. I realized not everyone is comfortable with high-tech learning, and that's why I've designed the course to be as user friendly as possible."

Summer Is The Perfect Time To Start

Now with the longer days officially in full swing, Ed says why not put the time to good use and start on summer piano lessons.

"Playing the piano is all about having fun. Now, you're probably not going to be invited to play at the Vienna State Opera House. But your friends and family will be begging you to play your own beautiful music before you know it!"

A free piano lesson ‘Summer Morning' and book ‘Free to be Creative at the Piano' are available at Edward's website http://www.quiescencemusi...

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

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