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  • 21:40, 6 March 2021 Ed talk contribs created page Broken chords (Created page with "Broken chords, like arpeggios, contain the notes from chords in ascending/descending order. They can be practised in groups of 3 or 4 notes - see the examples below:...")
  • 11:12, 13 February 2021 Ed talk contribs created page Clefs (Created page with "Clefs help you find the pitch of notes. Piano music tends to use the treble clef and bass clef. Alto and Tenor clefs are also used by other instruments, shown below w...")
  • 10:59, 13 February 2021 Ed talk contribs created page Enharmonic (Created page with "Enharmonic equivalents have the same sound, but different names. eg: if you play F sharp or G flat, these both sound the same - though they're named and written differently....")
  • 22:35, 12 February 2021 Ed talk contribs created page Key Signatures (Created page with "Key signatures refer to the group of sharps or flats shown at the beginning of sheet music - and usually on each line of the page. They tell you what notes are sharp or flat...")
  • 15:51, 10 February 2021 Ed talk contribs created page Articulation (Created page with "Articulation describes how music is played - here are some examples: http://dundeepiano.co.uk/img/legato.png legato - smoothly http://dundeepiano.co.uk/img/note-staccato.png...")
  • 08:53, 2 October 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Degrees (Created page with "Each note of a scale has a theoretical name, Tonic being the 1st, and others relative to this. These are also used to describe chords - similar to Roman numerals ht...")
  • 08:47, 27 August 2020 Ed talk contribs moved page Notes to Note lengths without leaving a redirect
  • 13:43, 23 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Leger lines (Created page with "Leger lines are added above or below staves on treble clef and bass clef to show higher or lower notes. The first leger line you meet is middle C - it's one b...")
  • 19:11, 22 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Ornaments (Created page with "Ornaments are added to sheet music to add a flourish to the notes played. These two kinds of grace notes add a note before the main one: http://dundeepiano.co.uk/img/no...")
  • 17:29, 22 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Roman numerals (Created page with "Roman numerals are often used for chords instead of their alphabetical name. This helps you think of their position relative to the key. In a major key, the three major c...")
  • 11:48, 22 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Time signatures (Created page with "Time signatures help count the rhythm of written music. They come in a whole range, here's some of the more common ones: 4/4 3/4 2/4 6/8")
  • 11:29, 22 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Pitch (Created page with "The pitch of a note is how "high" or "low" it sounds - if a mouse squeak is high - and a cow's moo is low :) On the piano, low notes are to the left, higher to the right. On...")
  • 11:15, 22 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page MediaWiki:Sidebar (Created page with " * navigation ** mainpage|mainpage-description ** randompage-url|randompage ** Special:AllPages|All pages * SEARCH * TOOLBOX * LANGUAGES")
  • 08:29, 21 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Bass clef (Created page with "http://dundeepiano.co.uk/img/notes-bass.png This is the symbol for notes below middle C - in piano music, a bass clef is often used for the left hand.")
  • 08:27, 21 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Treble clef (Created page with "This is the symbol for the higher notes - in piano music, a treble clef is often used for the Right Hand. http://dundeepiano.co.uk/img/notes-treble.png")
  • 13:06, 20 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Relative (Created page with "Major and minor keys that share the same key signature are said to be relative. For example: * C major and A minor * A flat major and F minor * E major and C shar...")
  • 12:39, 20 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Tips DDP:About (Created page with "These tips are brought to you by Ed at Dundee Piano - lessons available [http://dundeepiano.co.uk/learn/ face-to-face] or [http://dundeepiano.co.uk/online/ online].")
  • 22:25, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Rests (Created page with "Rests happen when notes are not playing - they also come in various lengths. ---- The video shows what rests look like: <youtube>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X122p68W...")
  • 22:23, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Notes (Created page with "Notes make the sound happen! They come in all pitches and lengths, and along with rests, fit together to make music. ---- The video below shows how different note length...")
  • 20:01, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Dynamics (Created page with "Dynamics are the volume of music - usually shown by abbreviations from this range: * pp - pianissimo - very soft * p - piano - soft * mp - mezzo piano - medium soft * mf - mez...")
  • 19:45, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Tempo (Created page with "Tempo describes the speed of music - from adagio (slow) to allegro (fast) and plenty in-between - these are mostly Italian terms. There's also speed changes: ''accelerando''...")
  • 19:17, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Suspended (Created page with "Suspended / sus chords are often used to add some tension - usually swapping a 3rd for a 2nd (sus2) or 4th (sus4).")
  • 18:53, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Middle C (Created page with "This is often the first note you come across - it's written with one line through the middle, in the middle of the treble and bass clefs. It's also ''near'' the middl...")
  • 18:49, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Note reading (Created page with "Here's a few tips for reading notes from sheet music. * you can always spot middle C - 1 line through the middle of the note in the middle of the clefs * it's easy to mem...")
  • 18:20, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Für Elise (Created page with "Für Elise is a very famous piano piece, written by Beethoven, and a great choice for learners. This video shows the basics: <youtube>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcH3Vd5...")
  • 13:46, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Chromatic scale (Created page with "A chromatic scale is made up of semitones - on the piano, play all the keys in sequence. Fingering is maybe the simplest of all scales: * 3 on all black keys * 1 on a...")
  • 13:39, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Whole tone (Created page with "This is the step from one note name to the next (two semitones) - on the piano often white-to-white or black-to-black - except in a few cases where it's black-to-white or...")
  • 13:34, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Keys (Created page with "Rather than piano keys, or house keys, these are names of groups of notes that go together. For example: * C major - often the first key/scale you learn - all the whi...")
  • 13:32, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Semitone (Created page with "A semitone is a half tone step. On the piano, this is often black-to-white or white-to-black (except for 2 places where they're both white). Some examples: * C > C# * Bb > B...")
  • 13:28, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Minor (Created page with "When you play minor intervals, chords or keys (versus major) - they have a semitone step to the 3rd and 6th. Some examples: * C minor 3rd = C + Eb * D min...")
  • 13:17, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Intervals (Created page with "Intervals are two notes played at the same time - with a gap or interval between them. If you think of the lowest note as the 1st, you can count up the keys to find the inter...")
  • 13:13, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Major (Created page with "When you play major intervals, chords or keys (versus minor) - they have a whole tone step to the 3rd and 6th. Some examples: * C major 3rd = C + E * F ma...")
  • 12:51, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Tips DDP:Privacy policy (Created page with "This website does not collect your information unless you have a login, in which case it collects your login name and email address. We won’t share your information with any...")
  • 12:44, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Tips DDP:General disclaimer (Created page with "Dundee Piano Tips provided free of charge, for informational purposes only - enjoy! If you have any questions, or would like to submit tips, email ed@dundeepiano.co.uk")
  • 12:26, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page MediaWiki:Anonrights (Created page with "* edit * createaccount")
  • 10:10, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page User:Ed (Created page with "Ed Muirhead, piano tutor @ DundeePiano.co.uk since 2014")
  • 09:34, 3 August 2020 User account Tester talk contribs was created
  • 09:32, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Augmented (Created page with "Where diminished chords are 'squashed', augmented chords are slightly 'stretched' - the fifth of a major triad is raised by a semitone. This video explains...")
  • 09:30, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Diminished (Created page with "Diminished chords 'squash' notes a bit - the third is reduced to a minor 3rd, and the fifth is reduced a semitone too. This video shows some diminished cho...")
  • 09:28, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Sevenths (Created page with "Seventh chords add an extra note - 7 from the root - here's a video showing more: <youtube>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-XnzAuCuEQ</youtube>")
  • 08:48, 3 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page MediaWiki:Common.css (Created page with "CSS placed here will be applied to all skins: #column-content { margin: 0 0 .6em 0; } #content { margin: 2.8em 0 0 0; } #p-logo, .generated-sidebar, #p-lang, #p-tb, #p-s...")
  • 22:47, 2 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Chords (Created page with "When you play at least 3 notes together, you've made a chord. The most common are '''major and minor''' - learn to tell the difference between the sounds of these. (o...")
  • 22:22, 2 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Octave (Created page with "As an '''oct'''agon has 8 sides, and an '''oct'''opus has 8 tentacles, so an '''oct'''ave has '''8 notes'''. On the piano, you can find notes an octave apart by finding the n...")
  • 22:16, 2 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Arpeggios (Created page with "Arpeggios, like scales, are useful when playing piano: * they're made from the notes of chords * they feature in all kinds of music Practise in a range of keys, g...")
  • 22:09, 2 August 2020 Ed talk contribs created page Scales (Created page with "Scales are important to playing the piano - particularly since the keys are all laid out alphabetically like a zebra crossing :) Here's a few things to bear in mind for s...")
  • 20:59, 2 August 2020 MediaWiki default talk contribs created page Main Page