Simply Music Method

Simply Music focuses on the sheer pleasure of playing. The ‘hands-on’ approach and immediate results actively dispel the notion that learning to play means enduring years of lessons, boring practice sessions, and relentless hours of drills.

How is Simply Music different?

  • The quantity of music you learn
  • The quality of music you immediately learn to play
  • The speed of your progress
  • The ease with which you experience the process

The Simply Music method is based on the premise that everyone, without exception, is naturally musical. Traditional methods insist that beginners learn to read music as the means of learning to play. This removes the natural connection between student and instrument and, commonly, it removes all the fun too.

In fact, expecting people to read music before they’ve learned to play is like expecting children to read and spell before they’ve learned to talk.

In stark contrast, Simply Music temporarily delays reading and introduces a revolutionary, ‘playing-based’ approach – a body of unique concepts that unfold directly onto the keyboard, producing unprecedented results. With Simply Music, you experience the pleasure and satisfaction that comes from immediately playing a huge repertoire of great-sounding music.

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5 thoughts on “Simply Music Method

  1. I was thinking about mciausl thunder. There’s The Delicate Sound of Thunder, a recording by Pink Floyd; there’s an AC/DC song about Thunder, there’s a Fleetwood Mac song, Thunder only happens when it rains. And an old Bob Seger song that informs us, We felt the lightning/ waited on the thunder. What am I forgetting here?

  2. It is on my bucket list ( I am 57) , to learn to play the piano.
    I think I can do it but need patient direction.
    I have not attempted to play music in over 40 years.
    Maybe this is my opportunity to accomplish something artistic.
    Please reply and let me know how one should proceed.

    • Hello Gord – the best way to find out more about the piano lessons I teach is to come to one of my free introductory sessions. So far, for September, I have the following free introductory sessions scheduled at my North York piano studio near Bayview and Sheppard:

      – Wednesday, September 5 at 6:30 pm
      – Saturday, September 15 at 11 am

      Let me know via email or telephone – http://www.playpianonow.ca/contact-me/ – if you wish to register for one of these sessions.

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