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How to Read Music using Piano Tabulature
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Reading Music using Ambrose Piano Music

You can learn how to play music in an hour with "Ambrose Piano Method".

Have instant fun playing keyboard.  A tabulature music notation for piano.

Two things are important in learning to play piano and keyboard: The ease of reading music and the desire to play the music

  • Ease of reading music is simple with this new music notation. The black keys are visually alligned to the lines on the page with colours. Every note on the piano can be visualised without the need to learn the names of the piano notes with no difficulty with sharps / flats.
  • The desire to play piano is increased when you select the tunes you want to play and then being able to play that music. Knowing a tune allows you to hear what you play is correct or not. Sucess breeds enthusiasm.

Our free music library contains 3000 solo piano tunes, in all grades of music difficulty.

This new music notation has been developed over 21 years by Russell Ambrose, who was frustrated by his own efforts to learn to read music . Conventional music notation can take years to learn and most give up before they master it.

Adults and children find playing unfamiliar music boring and learning a bind. Keyboard and piano beginners prefer to select the pieces themselves. Playing your own favourite tunes make learning easy and encourages practise.

Progressive teachers embrace this musical innovation when they see how keen their students are to learn piano and how easy it is to convert students to standard notation once they are hooked.

More piano students give up piano study because of reading
problems than for any other single reason.

- Source: Giles A, (1983). Reading music. Clavier, 17(8)