Nice to see you again and welcome to your second lesson 🙂

With the notes in today's lesson you can play thousands of songs. (Proof will follow in the next days)

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Take care,

Watch this video from my own big concert:

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  • I took the 2 first lessons the same day. (I didn't remember I subscribe! ☺).
    I get a little problem: my old piano needs to be tuned (and mended, surely!) - but no money..). So it's a little bit hard to play the "high" C.; and so, hard to play regularly. I can practise anyway! Thanks a lot again!

  • Thank you roe the second lesson. I learned to focus more one touch & tone. Looking forward to lesson #3

  • I learned to focus more on touch & tone. Looking forward to 3rd lesson. Thank uou

  • Sorry, that was volumes 1-5 Easy piano. Thanks, Evelyn

  • thank you very much for this lesson

  • Yomen Tohmaz says:

    Really looking forward to lesson 3!!!

  • Merry Christmas, dear Thomas
    Enrico Girmenia

  • Thank you very much for this second lesson. I'm waiting with excitation the third lesson!

  • Nice to see you again and welcome to your second lesson.
    With the notes in todays lesson, you can play thousand of songs. (Proof will follow the next days)

    Locking forward to hear from you!

    Take care,

    This is where I mean Thomas. ....Looking, not Locking......Thanks for helping us!!!

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  • valarie quick says:

    Thank you Thomas. I took piano in the past, but always quit. I hope I stick to it this time. Valarie

  • DIANE MAROTTA says:

    I may not be able to do the lessons on the day I receive it does that mean I won't beable to do the lesson at all?

  • Patsey Nelson says:

    I thank you so much for these lessons. I am almost 75 years old and always wanted to play.This is on my bucket list. I am trying very hard and am spending more time just on these two lessons. Don't give up on me.

  • Beverly Nani Higa says:

    Aloha Thomas

    Mahalo (thank you) for the 2nd lesson. I love it. I am so excited I can learn to play the piano right at home.
    I look forward to the next lesson. I will practice. I love the piano and I am excited that I will be able to follow your
    instructions and be able to practice as much as I want.
    I want you to call me "Anake Nani". meaning "Auntie Nani.

    Mahalo
    Anake Nani (Hawaiian language.)

  • You are great teacher! Cant wait lesson #3.
    Hello from Croatia.

  • This was amazing! the person above said it right, you're a great teacher. I look forward to these lessons now. A couple of years, I never would have thought I would ever say that. Many thanks!

  • U're a genious ! Your lessons are Amazing Thank u alot , Im sure Im going to be excelent in playing the piano within a month ♡♡♡ All My Love from Morocco ♡♡♡

  • Thank you so much...i know is just the begining and that it will take dicipline, practice, and patience...I look forward to learning from you all I can. -judith-

  • Thanks for the 2nd lesson. Learning from you will be easy. I have always wanted to play the piano but thought I could not due to my short, fat, stiff fingers. With your upbeat personality I now believe I can. Thanks for your time.

  • Thank you so much, Thomas!
    You teach us perfectly with all the possible wrong finger moves we could make and should avoid.

    Yes, its fun just taking in the technique
    How much more would it be playing it on the key board.
    Looks forward to the next .Yes I did get lesson 3 where you introduce the chords .Shall go back and see it again
    Take care.
    Ramya

  • Thank you much ,Thomas.
    I did get all the instructions to play smooth, the c major seven keys!
    You are v. Kind a teacher.
    Look forward to more!
    Ramya

  • Thanks for frist and second lessons. My weak point is the weak finger can't control very well. I need more practise.

  • Thanks for teaching us

    Cant wait to the next piano lessons

  • Pirabaanandanan says:

    Your are an awesome teacher Thomas!, I'm impressed

  • Hena Paul says:

    No words to appreciate you for having taken up this very noble and beautiful endeavour of teaching the Yearning souls like me ,in the most needed and wonderful way..you will be showered with more blessings and creativity for this service with out any businesses motive but purely to impart your heavenly skills to people like us ..once again cudos to.you. the second lesson I am Practising now.
    Thanking profusely,
    Hena

  • Mathilda Sumartanti says:

    Thank you Mr.
    How long I have had to practice lesson 2?

  • Rakhi Chowdhury says:

    Thank u thomas, I appreciate & practice ur lesson, I'm Bangladeshi girl want to learn playing piano & very much interest for that. Again thank u love u.

  • I've never had a piano lesson in my life but went straight to playing difficult songs such as "the river flows in you" which I have almost mastered so I decided to try the basics to improve my skills even if I do know the notes and I feel like I'm being slow I still practice all the basic stuff every day.

  • Thank you so much for this lesson I am looking forward for the next piano lesson. 🙂

  • Hi Thomas! Your music lessons have boosted me to a level I never thought I'd reach, even though I'm only on the second one. I'd like to take this opportunity to say thank you, because I'd have never been this good being self-taught. Thanks again!

  • Thank you so much for lesson 2.

    Ilona

  • Thanks a lot for this great lesson and waiting for the 3rd lesson I love your way of teaching

  • I love your way of teaching thanks alot for helping

  • I love your way of teaching thanks alot for helping

  • Thanks so much for your lessons!!
    Nice to give this hobby a 2nd chance at my age of 57!!

  • Baecarone says:

    I would like to express my gratitude for the first two lessons..and yes you are really a great teacher,very understandable, easy to catch up and yes with your unique and wonderful perceptions on teaching,,..really can't wait for the next lessons..
    Thank you.

  • Baecarone says:

    I would like to express my gratitude for your great and understandable teachings...easy to catch up with..and yes you really are a great teacher...with that being said..really can't wait for the next lessons..once againg thank you for the first two lessons.

  • My keyboard dost't have a touch so even if I press harder isn't going to make any difference, but still practicing

  • Dedel Hines says:

    Thank you for your effort to teach. I really appreciate. Looking forward for the next lesson.

  • Is it possible I can get the 3th lesson already insteed of tonigh? I really wanne learn more but I have to work tomorrow 😮

  • Steven Baker says:

    Dear Thomas,

    Thank you for the lessons. I am a complete beginner at 43 but can now play the first part of Fur Elise thanks to your excellent tutorials. I can’t beleive it. Using both hands took a lot of work but I’m getting there thanks to your help!

    Many thanks!!!!

  • Sylvester says:

    Thank alot
    Am enjoying the lesson

  • Sylvester says:

    Thank alot Mr
    Am Enjoying The Lesson

  • Tiffany Kokot says:

    Thank you for the lessons. Excited to learn from you.

  • Hello!
    I have tryed several lessons on the web without much of a result, but this looks interesting!
    Thank you for your efforts!

    Greetings from Sweden!

  • sir i have not a piano but i learn piano so i am not practice & sir can do i practice in computer. can do parfact piano apps for computer thanks♥♥♥♥

  • Sandy singh says:

    Hi Thomas

    I have just started learning and now on 2nd lesson. So far so good and thumb moment from c to f is a great learning trick!

  • Hello! i'd like to know if i can play river flows in tou with your tutortials if i finish these lessons.

  • Hi Thomas,

    Thank you for the second lesson. I find it very nice, the way you teach!

    You do it for free I see, is that correct.

    I would also like to learn the notes and I see a lesson on your website. Is it only one or are there more?

    Kind regards Djeena

  • Hi Thomas ,
    I would like to learn piano to do exam for ARBSM , could I have online classes ?
    Best Regards
    Manizheh

  • Thank you so much Thomas - I am totally loving your method of piano teaching - it is fun, clear/concise and has quick results. I can't wait to get home from work and pick up from where I left off with your teaching. I loved you five part Fur Elise - so easy to follow and the practice has been a pure joy! I live in Bath in the UK and am delighted to hav found you on youtube all the way from Cologne! I am now enjoying your crash course with the view of buying your courses. Though please can you help I have had lesson 1, 2 and 4 of the crash course but not 3 - please can you send it through to me??? Thank you for your amazing piano teaching method , your energy and motivation. Best wishes. Lisa

  • Hi Thomas!
    I learned how to play I'm Blue - Eiffel 65 as well as Fur Elise in a few days. Are these tutorials for me? they seem a bit simple(I started playing the piano two weeks ago, so I can't read notes yet).

    Kind Regards
    Anton

  • Hi,

    I just purchased my Piano Komplete off of Facebook, was charged on my card but DID NOT received the link to start my lessons 🙁 Perhaps the link was sent to the wrong email address?? Hoping to get help with this ASAP as I have paid and want to start learning piano right away. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

    Tyra
    [email protected]

  • Shokhrukh says:

    Hi Mr Thomas.
    I find it very fantastic way to learn playing piano from your website. I really appreciate you and your website. Every content is concise.
    But one problem is I have no piano yet nevertheless I am trying on keyboard from my laptop is it beneficial or not.
    And my main ambition is to play the “Amelie” song. In How many I can learn it?
    I look forward to hearing from mr Thomas.

  • Mary Ann Mangahoc says:

    Many thanks Thomas for sharing your knowledge and expertise in playing piano. My late Dad is a pianist too but unfortunately never got the chance to teach me, as I grew up with my grandparents far from my parents. I'd like the way you teach us coz it is very precise and clear. Looking forward to our next lesson.

  • Hi Thomas, Thank you for the course! I'm Will based in mainland China. I have a light problem that it takes me years to load the video that you send no matter with or without VPN. And I'm sure there is no problem with my network. Is there any other way I can get access to the video? Thank you!

  • Paul Cochran says:

    so far awesome classes did first two im and 51 yrs old learning so I can do our church worship down the road thank yo so much

  • Dev sonwani says:

    sir i dont have sunstain pedal my keyboard is may be small for it. What should I do

  • Sir, is the lesson same for lleft handed and right handed people?
    I am a left handed,so my right hand does not have a well control.Still,i am practising,and seem fine...

  • Finished lesson 2!! Thank you so much for all your hard work & time you’ve put into these lessons - it is so much appreciated!
    Question: Is the C major scale considered to be made up of 7 notes or 8?

  • same day I smashed day 1 and day 2 really catching fun with this lessons... catch up with the next lesson soon.. THUMBS UP Thomas

  • Hi Thomas,I'm on my second free lesson.I am I I interested in your technique. Your approach is bite size that I can follow and practice on without being buried under all the technicalities of how to play a piano.I know I gave to learn those eventually but it helps to learn on the simple steps first to help us struggling beginners .You take your time and with repetition, it really help" us beginners " understand hand placement while trying to concurrently memorize the appropriate notes.We do appreciate your dedication to teach and share your skills.I am older and have problems with my hand flexibility, coordination and endurance so I usually quit before I finish the lessons I have taken before. I also have Carpal tunnel syndrome in both hands so my hands starts tingling then it gets numb in 15 mins of constant practice. With your lesson, I was able to take short breaks and go back if I have time.I would love to finish all your free lessons first before I formally subscribe. I have bad habits of subscribing to a program then being lazy to follow thru which is a waste of money.I work in another city for 8 hours plus 2 hours total drive home daily ,just drain me out at night so I 'am just being honest as far as time commitment..I sincerely Thank you again!

  • Shannon Moreino says:

    New on board, already inspired. Thank you Thomas, you are a light in these difficult times.

  • Thanks for todays lesson. Looking forward for tje 3rd one.

  • Thomas
    I am on board and looking forward in learning more with your lesson.
    Thanks
    Harriett

  • Thomas
    Thanks for your reply. I really like your teaching approach and I am learning a lot.
    I have some Questions....
    1- The Piano package program that you are offering for $96 does it includes hard copy books?
    2- If yes , what are some of the song included in your program?
    3- How do you provide the piano lessons, is it through your website or videos ?
    4- Do you teach how to read music notes and play the piano at the same time?
    5- The VIP card, is that unlimited?
    Hope to hear from you soon!

  • Thank you Thomas for my second lesson I appreciate that& God bless you.

  • Thanks for this tutorial.. I'm really glad to be here

  • Christallin Johnson-Smith says:

    I really enjoyed the extra slow pace you took with this C Major scale. I took piano lessons for many years as a child but I stipped at about age 18. I'm 59 now and relearning everything. I am relearning how to read music, I remember a lot; but I also enjoy your method. The way you went so slowly was excellent. It's important to develop proper form and memory. I found this repetitive emphasis very helpful . Thank you and God bless you Thomas.

  • Ravi Shankar says:

    Hi Thomas,

    Hey, thanks a million for your lessons.

    Got me on my musical journey and aint i glad for you.

    Cheers
    Ravi

  • Hey Thomas,
    How do I practice to make my left hand as strong. As the right hand

  • Seriously I'm really glad that I found a teacher like u and without paying ❤my parents will never allow me to go out n learn but bcz of u I can learn sir a big thnkuu from india ❤

  • Scott Everett says:

    Hi Thomas ... thanks for the lessons. I really like how you break everything down and repeat the steps over and over and slow it down. Practice makes Perfect, right?! - Keep up the good work!

  • I have trouble with my ring finger it doesn’t stay up when Ido my first lesson.what can I do?

  • Ishaan Kumar says:

    Hi Thomas
    It’s me Ishaan Kumar
    I really enjoy your lessons . Thank u so much

  • Why do we start at C and not at A? Illogical, bugged me since I was a child and part reason I abandoned music as teacher never avle to explain.

  • David Forrester says:

    Considering a subscription

  • Thank you for my second lesson today and the encouragement to play all of the notes with the same pressure. I am using an inexpensive keyboard (have to see if I can to this before purchasing a real piano), and all of the notes sound like the same pressure with little difference if I push hard or not so hard. Is this just normal with keyboards? :>) Janice

  • Vaibhav Sati says:

    The course video is very good sir thank you for this awesome video

    regards
    Vaibhav

  • Thank you so much for today, now I keep practicing to get smooth sound..

  • I really enjoyed my 2nd lesson cant wait for tomorrow thank you

  • Great lessons, Thomas! As always I love your teaching method and style. Fantastic for a beginner like myself.
    Thanks!

  • Great piano lessons thank you.

  • Hi! I love you way of teaching.

  • Robert Godwin says:

    I enjoyed your first two lessons. I can play the C scale (one octave) and then I like to swing it. Also I find to strengthen finger 5 I play thumb-1-2-4-5 up and down starting on C and then repeat starting on D and so on up the piano. Note: finger 3 is missing (ha ha).

    I am looking forward to your next lesson. Recently I wrote out ten C chords and then C# chords followed by D and so on up to C. By doing this, if the two Cs were different I knew I had made a mistake.

  • Thank you very much for your useful lesson.

    Le Kim Ngan

  • Elizabeth Sherk says:

    I enjoyed your presentation of C major scale with seven tones out of which innumerable melodies can be composed or improvised. I wonder whether you have considered suggesting that practicers SING
    those seven pitches up and down, not just speak them. I love the instruction that 100 repetitions of even toned playing of the 7 notes with the fingers of the R H., 1,2,3,1,2,3,4,5 does not take very long, but is essential to mastering Lesson number 2. I look forward to lesson #3.

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hello Elizabeth,

      Thank you for your thoughtful feedback! I'm glad you enjoyed the presentation on the C major scale. Your suggestion about singing the pitches is a fantastic idea and indeed, singing can deepen our connection and understanding of the notes. I'll certainly keep that in mind for future lessons. I'm pleased to hear you value the importance of repetition in mastering the technique. Your dedication and insight are commendable. Looking forward to sharing lesson #3 with you!

      Warm regards,
      Thomas

  • Hi Teacher,
    Thank you very much for lesson 2.
    I look forward to lesson 3.
    Regards
    Dim

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Dim,

      You're very welcome! I'm glad to hear you enjoyed lesson 2. Your enthusiasm is appreciated, and I'm excited to continue this journey with you. See you in lesson 3!

      Best regards,
      Thomas

  • Jane Flournoy says:

    Mr. Forschbach

    This piano lesson is almost exactly what I needed! I know the notes and their names, but this helped me remember them a little better. Thanks!

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hello Jane,

      I'm delighted to hear that the lesson resonated with you and helped reinforce your knowledge of the notes. It's always wonderful to provide that extra clarity and boost. Thank you for sharing your feedback, and I'm here to assist you further on your musical journey.

      Best regards,
      Thomas Forschbach

  • Arnold Taylor says:

    Hi Thomas,
    I just finished watching my second lesson and I couldn’t be more pleased.
    Now I understand why you say with your teaching method you will progress so much faster. Yes I want to learn to play songs but I would rather learn how to play the piano first.
    Thank you for the opportunity.
    Arnold

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Arnold,

      Thank you for sharing your experience after the second lesson. It's great to hear that you're pleased and recognizing the benefits of the teaching method. Building a solid foundation in piano playing is indeed crucial before diving into songs. Your dedication and approach are commendable. I'm honored to be part of your musical journey, and I look forward to our continued lessons together.

      Warm regards,
      Thomas

  • Thank you for opening up my world. I played piano years ago, but discontinued for raising my children. Wasn’t sure how much I remembered until I started on the 2nd lesson. My piano key board came to me yesterday and I am very excited once again. Lesson 1 and 2 was picked up very quickly but will practice, practice and practice some more for the smooth technique that I’m a little rusty on. Oh, my name is Margie and I live in Oregon U.S.A.

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Margie,

      It's truly heartwarming to hear your story. Welcome back to the world of piano! Life has its phases, and I'm glad you've found your way back to music. It sounds like the passion and foundation are still very much there. Oregon is a beautiful place, and I imagine it provides a serene backdrop for your musical journey. Remember, it's all about the journey and the joy it brings. Keep practicing and embrace every moment of rediscovery. Looking forward to accompanying you on this renewed adventure!

      Warm regards,
      Thomas

  • Heyy!
    Im really surprised how much fun it is to practice the steps, even tho I master them so quickly and am pretty impatient waiting to the next day for a new practice ^^" I love this method! And it makes so much sense, I even try to do it blindly as a challenge and it works pretty well too! Thank you for doing this, you make so many people happy

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Leandra,

      Hey there! It's wonderful to hear that you're having so much fun with the practice steps and finding success even when challenging yourself to play blindly. Your enthusiasm and dedication shine through! I'm thrilled that the method resonates with you. Thank you for your kind words, and I'm honored to be a part of your musical journey. Let's keep the momentum going!

      Best wishes,
      Thomas

  • Excellent lesson Thomas. It was easy and straight forward thank you I can't wait to see what come next thanks again

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Jason,

      Thank you for your positive feedback! I'm glad to hear that you found the lesson straightforward and beneficial. Your enthusiasm is inspiring, and I'm excited for our upcoming lessons. See you soon!

      Best,
      Thomas

  • Thank u so much I really enjoyed my second lesson

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Roselie,

      I'm delighted to hear that you enjoyed your second lesson! It's always a pleasure to share the joy of music. Looking forward to our future lessons and your continued growth.

      Best wishes,
      Thomas

  • Loving your explanations and thorough teaching

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Aye,

      Thank you for the kind words! I'm thrilled that you're finding my explanations and teaching approach beneficial. It's always my aim to provide clarity and depth. Looking forward to our continued learning journey together.

      Best,
      Thomas

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Arya,

      Thank you so much! I'm glad you found it amazing. Always here to help and guide you further in your musical journey.

      Best,
      Thomas

  • Irabor Sunday says:

    You're good at the teaching. I feel I will be able to learn through you. Thanks.
    Please which piano do I buy as a beginner?
    I need one to enable me follow the practice proper

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Thank you! Glad to hear that.
      Today nearly all new pianos you can buy are good. A great one for Beginners is Yamaha P-45 or also Roland FP-30.
      If you have a little more budget any Yamaha Clavinova is great!

  • Stephanie says:

    Thank you! I think it will take a while to build up the strength in my fingers. I can feel it also in my wrist. Enjoyed this very much. I like the simplicity of the lessons.

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hello Stephanie,

      Thank you for your feedback! I'm glad to hear that you're enjoying the simplicity of the lessons. Building finger strength and wrist flexibility is definitely a gradual process, so it's great that you're mindful of it. Remember, consistent practice is key, and it's important to take breaks if you feel any discomfort. If you have any questions or need guidance on technique, don't hesitate to reach out. Keep up the good work!

      Best,
      Thomas

  • Flommy Abraham says:

    Thank you for helping me to learn Piano . You’re amazing

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Thank you Flommy Abraham! You are amazing too!! Glad to have you here 🙂

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