Today's the day 🙂 We'll finish our song. Playing both hands together is always a challenge. But you will make it.

Take your time!


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  • Sue Plunkett says:

    I have been ill and have just done the first 7 lessons this evening. I learnt the piano for a short time years ago also played the piano accordion but now being 75 years still would love to be able to play piano properly. Loving your videos. Thank you. 😁😁

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Sue
      great that you are feeling better now and that you can join here.
      Keep up the good work and enjpy playing piano

  • Sandy Armstrong says:

    Thomas, you are a great teacher, loving the lessons. Look forward to next lesson. Thank you!

  • I can play both hands perfectly. I’ve been working on canon in D. I can play one hand perfectly. I can play the other hand perfectly. I know them by heart. But as soon as I try to put them together, it’s Handel writing the notes on the staff and waiting for the ink to dry in between.

    I’ve been practicing both hands since May 2023. Still can’t do it.

  • I can play just about any song perfectly with each hand. But as soon as I put them together, every time I move the left hand, my right hand restarts, and after moving the right hand, the left hand restarts. I’ve been working on this since June. I’m going to sell my keyboard. This is just too frustrating.

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Gale,
      thanks for your message.
      Don`t give up yet.
      In this video I give you tips how to play with both hands together. I hope the video will help you.

      Have a lot of fun practicing and stay tuned. You can do this

  • Leanne Claydon says:

    Hi thomas thank you so much for these lessons i am able to do each hand on its own perfect and i can do a few notes together but then loose my keys i can see i am getting better each time i practice i start off a few minutes with each hand seperated and then together every time i practice my patrner did buy me a wrong keyboard though a childs one by mistake so it is a bit harder silly him but i know with your help i will get there

    • Thomas Forschbach says:

      Hi Leanne,

      I'm glad to hear that you're finding the lessons helpful and making progress with playing each hand separately. It's fantastic that you're starting to combine a few notes together, even though it's challenging at times. Consistent practice really does make a difference, and it's clear that you're dedicated to improving.

      It sounds like having a child's keyboard is presenting its own set of challenges, but don't worry, we can work with that! With determination and the right guidance, you'll definitely get there. Keep up the great work, and feel free to reach out if you need any assistance or advice along the way.


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