Serenity for Seniors: Online Piano Lessons Help Boomers Relax
(Published: June 25, 2011)
Used to be if you were looking for piano lessons, you'd turn to your local Yellow Pages. And while a good chunk of the population still does that, many are now turning to the Internet for recreation and fun.
The online course ‘Piano Lessons by Quiescence Music' by pianist/composer Edward Weiss does just that - it helps seniors find a way to relax and get creative at the same time. Something many in the 50 + crowd would like to do, but can't because no one seems to offer this kind of thing.
Here's what course creator Edward Weiss has to say about the lessons:
"I created an online course where people could learn how to be themselves at the piano. So many want to just sit down and play what they feel without having to read sheet music. My course offers an alternative that many seniors love."
Students learn to play a variety of melodies during the course in the New Age style. The method Weiss utilizes is easy to learn, and lessons are provided in a manner that's easy to understand and put into practice. The methods are easy to employ, even for those who have never before touched a keyboard.
Lessons can be accessed online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students can learn and put their knowledge to use whenever it's convenient, without scheduling appointments and rearranging their busy lives. The lessons have been extremely popular with individuals worldwide, with over 1,000 students currently taking the course.
A free piano lesson ‘Summer Morning' and a free 342 page book ‘Free to be Creative at the Piano' are currently being offered at the website. Find it now at http://www.quiescencemusi...
More Information: http://www.quiescencemusic.com