Piano Lessons that don’t break the bank!

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Piano Lessons that don’t break the bank!
I have ALWAYS wanted to play piano for as long as I can remember. My parents never could afford a piano let alone the lessons. Well now I am an adult and would love to still learn. I still can’t afford a piano (especially when no one can even play it) but, I was able to afford a full sized keyboard. Untitled
All my girls play instruments. Cassandra played the flute, Tarrena the Bassoon (and 8 other instruments) Zana the violin and Margaret plays the double bass. My son never did play, by the time he had an interest in high school he needed to have already started playing in middle school. So I got him to try and learn the piano with me!
We got our Hoffman lesson and got right to work. The lessons are geared for younger children but we didn’t mind. Made it seem easier that way for us late bloomers. The lessons were made out in an easy to understand way. They even show you how to have the correct hand posture! piano lesson son
I like that there is a parent guide that gives you all the advice you need on helping your pianist be their best! Another part I really enjoyed myself is the practice CD’s. They help you to keep the proper tempo and really make you feel like you part of something bigger! piano lessons
I would recommend these lessons to anyone with a child (and up) wanting to learn piano. These are perfect lesson to add to any homeschooling curriculum. I would say these are geared toward early elementary and up! Ok now I must go practice my lessons so I have a reason to purchase that piano I want so badly.
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