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My First Music Academy is a music educational institute fully registered with the  government of Ghana with registration number BN360782016 under the Act,1962(No.151),which is committed to music education for both old and young,and make dreams true through training,organizing musical workshops/seminars,developing every old,young,talented,non talented including children to discover their talent through learning to play one or two instruments like the piano,guitar,drums,violin,voice training.

Music is actually a universal language,the knowledge of it increases every child's intellectual edge,that is why as MY FIRST MUSIC ACADEMY we also have programs for children,because we believe they could be caught young.please click here to see our program for children

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OUR PROGRAMS

 3 MONTH INTENSIVE PROGRAM


COURSES OFFERED AND FEE


* PIANO /ORGAN          3 MONTH     GHC600 

              

*GUITAR (BASS/LEAD)       3 MONTH   GHC600 

                

*VOICE TRAINING                 3 MONTH    GHC600

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SESSIONS: MORNING,EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS

LOCATION: MARKET BUSTOP,KASOA ROAD
PRIVATE PIANO OR GUITAR LESSON? RIGHT IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME,JUST CALL 0244229584 OR CLICK HERE 


NEED PRIVATE VOCAL LESSON? RIGHT IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME,CALL 0244229584 OR CLICK HERE

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FREE PIANO LESSON FOR YOU
Starter Studies : Lesson One
You will need to have at least a small portable keyboard in front of you as you go through these lessons so that you can look at it and become familiar with it. Learning a keyboard is like typing. You need a typewriter keyboard in front of you to learn to type. The same is true of the piano. You need a piano keyboard in front of you to learn to play piano. A small Casio or Yamaha portable keyboard with built-in speakers would work just fine.

As you first look at the piano keyboard, it looks like there are lots and lots of notes to learn. Not so! You only need to learn 12 notes. The shaded area on the keyboard above shows the 12 notes you will need to learn. Notes on a piano are grouped in sets of 12 notes.

Each group has 7 white keys and 5 black keys. Look at the keyboard above and count the 7 white keys and 5 black keys in the shaded area. This is one group. This group is repeated over and over, up the keyboard and down the keyboard. Each group starts with a “C” note. See the note labeled “C” above? On any keyboard, “C” is always the first white key that is to the left of two black keys.

Lesson Two:

Here are more “C” notes. See how they are all located next to two black notes? Good job. . . you have learned where “C” is on the piano. This is a big step because you will always need to locate “C” before you begin to play a song on the piano.

To make this even easier, you only need to locate one “C.” This special “C” is called “middle C.” It’s called “middle C” because, when you sit down at the piano to play, it is the “C” that is straight in front of you and in the middle of the keyboard. Look at the picture above the keyboard. You will see some lines, symbols, and numbers. This is called a “Staff.” “Middle C” is also in the middle of the “Staff.”

The “Staff” is where the language of music is written. Yes, music is a language just like any other (English, French, Spanish). It has rules and special characters and so forth. This language tells you what to play and where to play it on your instrument. There is only 1 note currently shown on the staff above. This note is “middle C.” Let’s learn some more notes on the staff and how they relate to the piano keyboard.


Lesson three:

Here are some other “C” notes and how they look when they are written on the staff. See “middle C” in the shaded area? Go to the right and look at the next “C” above “middle C.” Now go to the left and look at the next “C” below “middle C.”

Count the keys on the keyboard (including the black keys) and you will find that there are 12 keys (notes) between each “C” on the keyboard. On the “Staff,” above the keyboard, count the lines and spaces between two “C” notes and you will find that there are a total of 8 lines and spaces between two “C” notes.

This spacing of 12 on the keyboard or 8 on the staff, is called an “Octave.” In the picture above, you are looking at “Octaves” on the staff and on the keyboard, (from one “C” note to the next “C” note). You will be learning all the notes in 1 octave (1 group). The octave we will concentrate on will include “middle C.”

Find all the “C” notes you can on your keyboard.

GROUP PIANO AND GUITAR LESSON FOR SCHOOLS AND MUSICAL BANDS


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