15 thoughts on “14 Common Musical Terms All Piano Players Need to Know

  1. My daughter really wants to learn piano, so I am thinking about signing her up for classes. It sounds like there are a few terms that she will need to know to become a really good piano player, such as allegro and crescendo, as well as what a sharp sign is. I think that it might be good to check up with her every lesson, just to see what she is learning. I will also encourage her to practice often so that she will be able to learn these terms and apply them to her playing. Thanks for sharing this great infographic!

  2. Students probably get tired of hearing me ask them what these terms mean, but these terms really are important–for every musician!

  3. I teach my children piano lessons and am looking for ways to “decorate” the wall with piano knowledge. Do you mind if I print this out at a photo shop? Or should I not?

    1. Hi Beth-Of course you can! We also have a ton of other really great piano infographics that might be useful too!

  4. very useful information about learning how to read music on the pianoThis is a very interesting web page and I have enjoyed reading many of the articles and posts contained on the website, keep up the good work and hope to read some more interesting content in the future.

  5. I have enjoyed reading many of the articles and posts contained on the website, keep up the good work and hope to read some more interesting content in the future.

  6. Thank you for sharing! You’ve turned music into an interesting picture. I’d like to print it out for my friend, OK?

  7. This is a very interesting webpage and I have enjoyed reading many of the articles and posts contained on the website, keep up the good work and hope to read some more interesting content in the future.

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