Play Piano in a Flash!

Play Your Favorite Songs Like a Pro -- Whether You've Had Lessons or Not!

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By Scott Houston

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As seen on public television stations nationwide, a revolutionary new approach to playing non-classical music on the piano.

Have you ever wished you could play the piano Well, now you can! Scott “The Piano Guy” Houston teaches you to play the way the pros play, in a style enormously simpler than traditional classical piano and with an absolute minimum of note-reading. By focusing on playing the melody with the right hand (one note at a time) and simple chords with the left hand, Houston gives you the tools you need for a lifetime of musical enjoyment. Best of all, your tour guide to this adventure forces you to have fun along the way!

On Sale
Jan 14, 2004
Page Count
160 pages
Publisher
Hachette Books
ISBN-13
9781401307660

Scott Houston

About the Author

Scott Houston is the Emmy Award winning host of “The Piano Guy” weekly public television series. A highly sought after educator and speaker, Houston has lectured at over 150 colleges, universities, public TV stations, music retailers, and music trade associations, including the Music Teacher’s National Association and NAMM (the International Music Products Association). Scott has long been a proponent of the Recreational Music Making movement, which seeks to offer ALL people the wellness benefits of playing music. He has authored numerous books and videos about playing piano and has made it his life’s mission to show people how to have fun playing piano and unlock the life-enhancing benefits that come from Recreational Music Making. Scott graduated from Indiana University where he attended the jazz program at the Jacobs School of Music.

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