So Who Uses PianoNanny?
PianoNanny.com, originally entitled, “Piano on the Net,” has been teaching piano and music lessons online as a free public service since 1994. Over 20 publications list “Piano on the Net” as a trusted resource for learning how to play the piano and read music, including the following:
Must-See Websites for Parents & Kids - Lynn Van Gorp - 2007
1001 Best Websites for Educators - Timothy Hopkins - 2002
The Everything Guide To Homeschooling - Sherri Linsenbach - 2015
Que's Official Internet Yellow Pages - Joe Kraynak - 2004
Song Sheets to Software: A Guide to Print Music, Software, and Web - Elizabeth C. Axford - 2004
You Are Here Kids & Family Internet Guide - Eric Leebow - 2001
Best of the Internet - Joe Kraynak - 2003
Homeschooler's guide to free Internet resources - Kathleen Suttles Nehmer - 2007
Teen Guide to Getting Started in the Arts - Carol L. Ritzenthaler - 2001
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Playing Piano - Brad Hill - 2001
The All-New Book of Lists for Kids - Sandra Choron, ?Harry Choron - 2002
The Complete Home Learning Sourcebook - Rebecca Rupp - 1998
Teaching Music with Technology - Thomas E. Rudolph - 2004
Challenges of Teaching with Technology Across the Curriculum - Lawrence A. Tomei - 2003
Family Friendly Web Sites for Kids - Valerie Lea Petro, Lauren Elisabeth Marley - 2001
Education on the Internet: the worldwide classroom - Peggy A. Ertmer - 2000
Creative Activities for Young Children - Mary Mayesky - 2008
This music education website is a great place for homeschoolers to begin learning how to read music and play the piano. Even if you plan to play another instrument, the course will give some very valuable music instruction that you will use for a lifetime.
Over the years, “Piano on the Net” has been a recommended resource by college music teachers, McGraw-Hill and PBS for students learning to play the piano. Though no piano course by itself can replace a good piano teacher, this site is a great place to supplement your music studies.
Music Instruction for Missionaries
“Piano on the Net” has been a great resource for Missionaries to learn how to read music to be able to play out of a hymnal in preparation for Missionary opportunities. A small portable keyboard, your favorite hymnal, an eager choir to sing and you have an inspiring worship service to look forward to.
Home Recording Hobbyist
This free music education service has also been home to the Home Recording Hobbyist wanting to learn more about how to read and write music for their recording and music composition projects.
The Beginner Jazz Artist
The Advanced Studies offered at PianoNanny are an excellent start into understanding the world of Jazz and Jazz improvisation. The first steps for learning to improvise, or solo, over a set of chord changes are included.
General Public - Teach Me How to Play Piano
"Piano on the Net" has proven itself for over 20 years to be one of the best ways to learn to play the piano online. It is designed to help you quickly teach yourself piano, as well as read music. Each piano tutorial teaches beginners through advanced students how to play the piano, including left-hand chording and Jazz improvisation. Learn to play the piano at home or work or even waiting to catch a plane. Of course learning to play the piano also gives you many of the same skills to play other keyboards, such as a synthesizer or portable organ.
How To Begin Your Lessons
When you are ready to proceed, go to the top of this page and under the “Starter Studies” drop-down menu select “Lesson 1.” Each lesson takes about 35 minutes to complete. However, work slowly and at your own pace. It’s important to learn each lesson before moving on to the next.