Is Your Piano Gathering Dust?

May 15, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
San Diego, CA — If you're like most busy adults, you barely have enough time to make dinner let alone sit down at the piano and play.

But it's a problem that's easily fixed. A new website by Quiescence Music has been developed to help beginning adults learn how to create their own unique piano music from scratch. The lessons function like a step-by-step art lesson where all that's needed is to know a few simple chords and the scale you're playing in.

According to Edward Weiss, creator of the site, most people simply don't want to spend years learning how to read music. They want to be able to create something beautiful on their own. The problem has always been one of perception. Most people believe they must spend hard hours learning scales, arpeggios, and boring exercises.

"Imagine a writer forced to copy another novelists work," says Weiss. "That's essentially what most pianists do when they spend their time learning how to play other composers works. Why not make it so you can just sit down at the piano and play what you feel?"

Edward Weiss is a pianist/composer and webmaster of Quiescence Music's online piano lessons. He has been helping students learn how to play piano in the New Age style for over 14 years and now teaches an online class. Stop by for a FREE piano lesson!