Need a little pick-me-up outside of your piano lessons? If you want to look up a few chords or simply supplement your lessons with an extra tutorial or two, the Internet is a great resource.
But with so much available online, how do you find the best websites and resources? Check out this list for a few great virtual pianos, chord charts and more…
- OnlinePianist – Our favorite piano key and chord chart online. The website also has popular song tutorials and a great virtual piano to play around with.
- MusicNotes – Find sheet music, ranging from classical to Top 40s. Their library includes sheet music for several other instruments, as well.
- ComposeCreate - We love their games, motivational charts, quotes and composition tools.
- PracticeSpot Dictionary – Can’t remember the difference between legato and lamentoso? This music dictionary is super easy to use.
- Piano Technicians Guild – Does your piano need a little TLC? If it’s time to tune your piano, use the Piano Technician Guild’s online search tool to find a registered technician near you.
- TakeLessons Online Workshops: If you’re a TakeLessons student, you now have access to our online workshop series, featuring webinars on various subjects, including the basics of piano. Click here to view upcoming workshop dates and sign up to attend!
Readers, what are your favorite online resources for piano? Leave a comment below!
- Suzy S., TakeLessons staff member and blogger
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