I have put together a number resources for students and plan add them to the site when I get the time. For now you can take a look at what is available so far below. Don’t forget to take a look at my blog also, I will hopefully be adding more article to it in time.
Reading Pitch in Music Notation – A brief introduction to the staff, treble and bass clefs, and the note names. A great starting point for those want to learn to read music notation.
Scales, Chords, & Arpeggios – All the major and minor scales and arpeggios with fingerings. Knowing all the scales and arpeggios is essential for any serious piano student.
Piano Technical Exercises – Here are some technical exercises I composed as a remedy for the profusion of dry, dull, and musically sterile exercises typically given to piano students.
Music Theory – Brief overviews of Intervals, Scales, and Chords. These will be of interest to anyone wanting a quick introduction to music theory.
How to recognise different intervals – A handy little chart on how to quickly recognise different intervals. This will be useful to anybody starting out learning music theory as well as those taking regular piano lessons.
IMSLP Petrucci Music Library – A huge library or public domain print music and recordings. Although the size of the library can make it a little difficult to navigate it is well worth knowing about.
MusicTheory.net – A fun interactive website that teaches basic music theory and how to read music notation. There are also a few other handy tools on the site like a pop-up piano keyboard.