Learn Piano Music Online

Learning the Piano Has Just Become Easier

Woman learning to play the piano online

Learning to play piano can be a little bit like trying to find your way out of the woods - you can put in all of the effort in the world, but it’s wasted if you’re walking in the wrong direction! Piano Marvel’s interactive app is a powerful tool that can make your journey easier, but you still need to make sure you’re taking the right approach. Here are several strategies developed by Piano Marvel that will help you to learn piano music online.

Find the Right Sheet Music

It’s essential to find piano music that matches your level. If you are brand new to learning the piano, the perfect place to begin is with the Piano Marvel method lessons and videos. These lessons will help you tackle the basics of piano music like notes, rests, and scales. You can find the method piano music by selecting "Method" from the dashboard in Piano Marvel.

View of the method piano music section in Piano Marvel.

If you have some experience under your belt, you might be more interested in learning how to play a specific song. You can search and preview thousands of piano sheet music pages on the Piano Marvel music library page. For even more search options, you can log in to your Piano Marvel account (or create a free account) and visit the library section.

Figure Out Your Learning Style

Everyone learns differently, but many piano teachers will only teach one way - the way that worked best for them when they were learning. When students are unable to conform to their teacher’s ideal model of learning, it’s frustrating for everyone!

Because of this, Piano Marvel has developed a variety of ways to help you learn new piano music:

Consistency is Critical

Think to yourself, would it be better to practice an hour per day for a week, or practice 7 hours all in one day? The answer is that practicing a little bit every day and keeping a consistent schedule is a highly effective way to learn piano.

The Dashboard in Piano Marvel has some great tools to help with consistent practice. Keep track of how many minutes you practice each day, set monthly goals for yourself, and watch your streak of continuous practice days climb higher and higher! If you need a little extra motivation, you can also see how your practice times compare to other Piano Marvel users.

Conclusion

The takeaway is that there is no single correct path to learning piano...but once you pick a path, you have to walk it! Find sheet music and a learning style that work for you, then make sure to practice consistently every day. If you stick with it, you’ll be an expert piano player before you know it.