Reading Music Notes And Reading Piano Music
Let's move on to reading music notes and then actually playing them. (After all, that's the whole point, isn't it! )
I'll give you an example so you can see how it all fits together. Let's start with something really simple.
Here is a piano notes chart which has ten notes walking up step by step, to be played by the right hand.
They are C, D, E, F, G, A,B, C.
You can see which corresponding key on the piano matches each note.
Read Piano Notes Using This Piano Notes Chart
The first step is to find middle C on your piano or keyboard. This is the first key and note to play.
Then move up to the next white key (to the right on the keyboard) and play D; then E, and so on.
Don't worry too much about the rhythm or which fingers you use; as long as you can play the correct notes, that's the most important thing.
So, as you can see, reading piano music is pretty straightforward. Every key on the piano has its own unique notation; as you learn to read music notes more and more, they will make more sense.