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What You Need in Your Piano Room 1) A piano! (or if not practical, an electronic keyboard – preferably full-size and touch-sensitive with pedal attachment). See Tips for Buying a Piano. 2) Piano stool (preferably adjustable and if not provide … Continue reading
Tips for Buying a Piano 1) If you can afford it, go for a full-sized, new grand piano. Steinway is the best-known of the more prestigious makes but many say a Baldwin piano is actually better. Ask for advice from … Continue reading
Piano Lessons and Learning Difficulties This article is not purely about ‘learning difficulties’ in the way the label is commonly applied (i.e. to people categorised as having an actual disability or disorder): I am extending its application to more general … Continue reading
Piano Teachers’ Rules: Working Hours, Pupil Numbers, Fees and Cancellations Without some sort of ‘rules’ your life as a piano teacher will become chaotic and you’ll struggle to make a consistent income. Limit your Teaching Hours If you don’t limit … Continue reading