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Piano Series: Reading and Playing I

Ilse Lozoya, Music teacher and Online Educator

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21 Lessons (1h 14m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:14
    • 2. Fingering

      2:45
    • 3. Articulation

      3:22
    • 4. C major scale

      3:27
    • 5. Complete routine

      4:44
    • 6. Reading Music

      2:20
    • 7. Treble Clef exercise #1

      3:07
    • 8. Treble Clef exercise #2

      2:52
    • 9. Treble Clef exercise #3

      3:03
    • 10. Treble Clef exercise #4

      3:03
    • 11. Treble Clef exercise #5

      3:50
    • 12. Bass Clef Exercise #1

      1:29
    • 13. Bass Clef Exercise #2

      2:34
    • 14. Bass Clef Exercise #3

      1:24
    • 15. Bass Clef exercise #4

      3:35
    • 16. Bass Clef exercise #5

      2:44
    • 17. Both Hands Exercise #2

      5:39
    • 18. Both Hands Exercise #3

      5:22
    • 19. Both Hands Exercise #1

      2:39
    • 20. Ode to Joy

      7:21
    • 21. Ode to Joy II

      7:19

About This Class

This course would guide you to start playing the piano and reading music in general. Learn how to read treble and bass clef. Through 100% practical lectures you will start reading and playing since day 1.

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Because developing a good position is necessary to have the proper piano technique, this course will show a very easy routine in order to make your fingers become stronger and without any stress, preventing injuries.

This course has been specially designed to those people that are considering to take piano lessons. What makes the learning experience a success? You will know important considerations that will make you start your piano lessons successfully and prevent you from quiting.

Learn how to develop a good study routine in order to make your daily session a satisfactory experience.


We will analyze how to decide between a music academie or a private teacher, we will take a quick overview to the online lessons delivery service .

Join this course and improve your piano experience.

Transcripts

1. Introduction: Hi. My name is Insula Soya, and I want to invite you to join this course Call playing piano reading. Um, playing in this course, you're going to learn how to play piano and wreaths base and trouble. Cliff, this is going to help your suit. You will be able to keep playing and learning even by yourself through 100% practical videos. You will be guided in this process step by step and develop a good a study routine and officious, efficient studied routine. And I go to give you important advice is and how to make a choice. If you want to keep playing and you're going to attend, maybe a music academy or you are not sure if you want to continue on a line lessons or private teacher, So we're going to analyze this important information. So during this course, I'm very happy to be able to share with you this musical journey. So welcome 2. Fingering: like in any instrument. There's a special finger in that you must learn because we are going to referring to our fingers by numbers. We have our sums, and our thumbs are finger number one. If this is finger number 12 tree for five. Finger number 12345 is the same on your left hand 12 tree for five. So be sure that you memorize this because later on should music I'm going to refer to their fingers by numbers. So now let's take a look of the keyboard. We can see that we have black, he's and White case, and there are groups off to black keys and three black keys. The name of the notes are re failing to where they are placed, and this is the scene Note. This is the first note that we're going to learn, and it's to the left. Right is the next quite key to the left from this group of two black keys. So this is the C note I'm going to play. Not always, but right now I'm going to play with my finger number one. My finger number one. I'm playing the C note so you can see right here I have another group off to black keys and this is the other C note. So I have one see the F, G, A, B and C again. So I confined C c c. I can find several see notes. And this is, um, it depends off what kind of key border you have. It's, ah, an acoustic piano or just regular keyboard eso. As an exercise, I want you to go and find all the C notes on your keyboard. Then you can look to the next one. Next note the note, so find all the denotes you can associate them by the where they are. Place if they are, for example, denotes its in the middle of this to black keys. So go and make a small exercise and try to find older notes. Have your keyboard 3. Articulation: I'm going to play this important exercise that is going to make you develop strength in your fingers sometimes or fingers are kind of weak, so we are going to be sure that we are making them stronger. While we are practicing this exercise, what I'm going to do is to open my hand like this. It's a very loose movement and I'm going to play a scene. Old finger number one. I don't want to trow Finger number two. It's the same exercise, the same movement. Finger number two on and I relax. Be sure that you are not living your fingers up like this. Just place them over the key. Work on the keyboard finger number tree and I relax number for and I relax. Five number four number Tree number two and number one because my finger number one, my thumb it's very strong. I'm not going to do this movement. Just control the sound or to do it one more time. Uh, don't worry. If the other fingers move of the same time, just be sure that you are relaxing them. After each note, I went to play with my left hand. This it's the same I'm going to throw my finger number 2341 I'm beginning with the fall because you can't control the sound better. And you could control your movement to in a better way. I want to play this one more time with each hand and number two tree for five. Far tree True and one my left hand. 12345 four Tree to And Juan Yes, Doing this exercises continuously after the other exercise that we practice in the last lecture is going to help you develop very relaxed and a strong hand. 4. C major scale: I'm going to play the C major scale. It is very important to be sure that you are playing always following this same fingering. So I'm going to start with Finger number one off the C note that I going to keep playing and I'm going to pass my thumb on play the F note with my finger number one. Then I can continue playing until I get to the next See. What I'm doing is I'm going to play from this scene to the next world. I'm going to picking here with number one to treat that. I passed my song and I continue. I'm going back when I get to F I passed my finger number tree. Uh, be sure that when you played your finger number two, you pass immediately your thumb, but without making any were movement in order to maintain very group position number tree and I finished. I want you playing out with my finger number with my left hand in my finger. Number five. When I get to the G note, I'm going to pass my finger number tree and then I get to the next see with my finger number one when I play number two. I passed my thumb Until I get to Geo, why don't you do it one more time? Forget to pass yourself, avoid this kind of movement, lay like this or make this exaggerating this. Be sure that you are keeping your fingers right here. Now I'm going to play both hands at the same time. Be sure that you have practices several times US assess many as necessary before playing both hands. The point is that we have to play without any mistake, one more time way have to play this very slowly so you can concentrate and has your fingers in the correct way. 5. Complete routine: I want to play, I'm going to play the whole routine. This is an important routine that usual practice always before playing course or reading or whatever that you are especially practicing. It's important that you can develop this exercises at least once every time that you play PM and even if you don't have so much time that day, you can practice is routine and this would will help you to develop a good position and have a stronger fingers. So I'm going to begin with the first exercise that we just did. I want to play this and I'm going to writes my hand. Then I'm going to play with Finger number two and I believed my hand. This is important and I leave my hand now. Finger number four and I lift my hand number five and I leave my hand. I'm going back. Hey, leave my hand number tree. I live my hand. Be sure does. You are playing very slowly, even slower than me if it's necessary. And finger number one my left hand, I began. Did you know the finger number? Walk number two three for all right Now I'm going to play that exercise, which helps you to make your fingers a stronger, - uh , exactly. And now you can play the C major scale. Play each hand separately. First be sure that you passed your thought number. Trade. Um, Now, why don't you play both hands at the same time? Way as you can see, each exercise on Lee takes you a couple of minutes, so you can practice is routine twice, and it won't take you more than 10 minutes, and you will be developing a good position, and your fingers are going to get stronger. 6. Reading Music: Well, now that you have other suit, this important exercises that I showed to you on the last lectures about developing a good precision are going to explain you how to read, um, play. And we just play you how to read this sheet music that you can download that becomes, like at issue, not researches are the next lectures. Well, if you want, you can download and print that. That will help you to practice better. Well, there are this tiny blue numbers. You don't have to be attention to them. It has to do with the musical software where this exercises were written. Just pay attention to this number. This is exercised number one and goes right to here to this double bar. Then number two this a little bit. You know, more space right here to this double work. This is some number two number treat. So don't plantation to this. Measures work. There's no note written and well, they're so, uh, like TIFs and basic, uh, recommendations went You are reading complain. Be sure to read the notes before try to play them. This is important and practice phrase by phrase on this exercises I wrote four measures Exercise exercises so go part by part. And if you need, you can play one or two measures. Don't go too fast. This is important. Sometimes even that we s teachers tell the students many times that do you have to practice snow? We are always trying to play faster or always a students tried to play faster and allowing having mistakes. And this is not correct. So be sure to play all the exercises as low as necessary. So you want be playing with any mistake? 7. Treble Clef exercise #1: I'm going to play exercise number one. We are practicing the whole notes. By this, I mean that I'm going to play a note and I'm going to count to four. I do not have to play for times on Lee. I play with Finger number one, for example. Let's go to this first exercise. I'm going to play the C note and I'm going to count to four. If I follow the fingering that it's written, I have to play the C note with finger number one. So are going to play. 12 34 Now I'm going to play the next note. If you take a moment and read all the notes, they're going to find that you have see the E f G. We're only practising from C to G, so I'm going to play with finger number one. Does he note, and I count to four. 1234 d Note. 1234 e 1234 f 12 Tree four g 1234 f 1234 e 123 for the 1234 c 12 Tree four. Yes. Now I recommend your true practices several times. The point is here that the point is, as you have to play Dumas play keeping the same speed. If you start playing and then you move your speed, do increase or load your speed. That's not correct. You must play keeping the same speed, so I'm going to count to four before playing this exercise again. 1234 See note. 123 For the note. 12 34 e 12 34 F 1234 g 1234 F 1234 e 1234 b Want to tree for an see Juan to tree four. 8. Treble Clef exercise #2: Now I'm going to play this exercise that practices half notes. Each note is going to last two beats, so I'm going to play the note and count to two. Be sure to take a look off all the notes before trying this exercise. If I follow the fingering, I have seen owt with finger number one. So I start. I go to count to two before one two and I start WAM to the note. 12 e wan to the one to see one to the 12 He wrong to F 12 g one to F one to E. Wan to be one to see. 1234 And I finished with this note. That is a whole note. So I have to count to four. I'm going to play this one more time. Be sure that you practice if you need to play this slower. That's okay. If you want to play this faster, that's okay. Too bad you have to be careful that you keep playing at the same speed. So I'm going to count to I would you come to to Juan two and C to d 12 e 12 D Wan to see one to the one to e one two F 12 g wan to F. Wan to E. Juan to the Wan to NC 123 four. It's very good. It's a very good habit to play and named the notes that's going to help you to reinforce all the knowledge about reading the notes and which node you're playing and you are rating . So I recommend you to try this. Be sure that keep practicing the whole exercises that you can download. Ah, from this lecture. 9. Treble Clef exercise #3: not good to play this reading exercise, and I'm going to play quarter notes, so I have to count to one. When I play each note, keep the same speed and take your time. So I'm going to begin with Finger number one. We're practicing the same notes. We are working from C to G so you can't control your fingers deposition and count very in a very calm away. That's why I'm not moving my hand to the rest of the no. So I'm not playing black. He's neither. So I'm going to start with the C note because you have to count to one. Each note is going to last one beat on Lee. I'm not going to play too fast, so I'm going to count to four so you can. No, the speed with a very slow way. One to three. Four c b a c A. C G. Seen if being g f see on the last note last, it's going to last four beats. I'm going to play this one more time because it's just one bit for note. So I'm not counting to one. I'm just saying the name off the note at the same time. So I'm going to place my hand and I'm going to count two for one to 34 C b c me, C G C f being g f E c 23 four And this is my first exercise off choir notes. You can download the whole exercise a whole sheet and practice all the exercises by yourself. If you have any question, of course, you can ask me on the you can post your question on this cushion board and be sure that you're practicing the whole all the exercises on the whole sheet before going to the next kind of note. 10. Treble Clef exercise #4: the next kind of note. If the eight note By this, I mean that I have to play two notes pair beat instead of playing. For example, when I was playing the quarter note. If it this is a beat 12 I just play one and that's it with the quarter notes. I mean, I'm sorry were the eight notes I have to play like this if the speed is 123 for a play one . So how to play two notes longer. 23 28 notes per beat. So in this first exercise, we have to analyze a little bit. First, which notes we have to play. We have the c note. I'm going to repeat the C note. Have see the D on then. E note, but I'm this exercise is combining eight notes on half notes when you can relax a little bit. Don't keep do you don't have to keep playing in such a hurry. Just plague eight notes and then you go to the half note and account to to. So I'm going to begin with this. I'm going to count to four one to 34 123 four you can count. Also, you can say one and two and instead of playing off just counting one, you guessing why one and to end So the war and is used to count the second part off each beat. Used instead of, say, one, 23 you say one and two. And so the 2nd 8 note it's going to be must be played when I say an So I say one and two and 34 Exactly. So I'm going to play the whole exercise one and two and tree and 41 and two and three and four. Keep going one and two and three and four, one and two and 34 one and two and 3 a.m. Four. I want to play this exercise. 11. Treble Clef exercise #5: I'm going to play now. This exercise that it's mixing all the combining older, rhythmical Fisher figures that we have practiced on the last lectures. So I'm going to start analyzing a little bit this exercise and as as you see you can see, we begin with quarter notes, then half notes, eight notes to and at the end, I have a whole note. So I'm going to first read the notes and I I'm going from C to G and then beginning with my finger number one right here at the C note. So the first note is quarter and also less one. Beat 12 and three. How can I be sure that I'm playing this correctly? I have one note, quarter note. So it's one. Then on the second beat I have to. And so you can divide each beat by the number and the war and one and two and tree. And so when you have eight notes, do hat must plate and at the same time, on the number and under water. And so I'm going to say I would come 1st 1234 12 and 34 and 12341 and to end tree 412 Tree . Four You can play the notes without counting first, so you can be sure Which no. Do you have to play? And then you can at the correct, really become figure. Figure slowly so I'm going to start with. See note. One beat so 34 n. C. The F G g g two beats G being C C A g G seen 23 four. I played saying in the name off the notes right now, but you can combine first. You can count Then the next time you can't say that the name off the notes. I'm going to play this one more time. 1234 See the me F g, g, G and G may see. See e g. G. Seen 23 four. Be sure that you analyze each exercise, do count and you know perfectly well the name off the notes first 12. Bass Clef Exercise #1: I'm going to play this exercise with my left hand. And as you can see, there are only whole notes. I have to count to four after playing each note, and it's kind of simple. I'm going to begin right here with my finger number one, the middle C and I just going down until I get to F on. Then I'm going back to my middle seat, but I had to count for before. Played 12 tree for C 12 tree for B 123 for a 1234 g 12 34 F 1234 g wan to 34 a to three for B 1234 NC 123 four Take your time and be sure that you are counting to four keep in the same speed. 13. Bass Clef Exercise #2: I'm going to practice now. Half notes. So I plays my finger number one or my thumb right here in the middle. C so I'm going to count to to to understand the speed one two and see Note one to be Guan to a wan to be gone to G one to G again, Juan to a wan to 12 g wan to a 12 Be wan to see 12 I'm going t 12 a one to be one too handsy. 12 I want to play this one more time and I'm just going to count. I'm not going to be saying the name off the notes, but be sure that you are following the line of the notes under staff. 12 n 1212121212 12121212 12121212121 to an 12 Maybe you can think that it's not necessary to count, but it is important. So we are not practicing on Lee playing the written notes, but we are counting so counting and reading and playing this is very important to practice the tree activities at the same time, 14. Bass Clef Exercise #3: now remember to play quarter notes, so I'm just going to plate and not be counting. I only count to four before so you can. No the speed one to three four. See the A si being a G A B c B c b J C c. I'm going to play this one more time. You don't want to play since the beginning, and you can take a look what I'm playing and read the notes First. Juan 23 For seeing being A C B A G A B c B c B G C C. 15. Bass Clef exercise #4: I went to play. Now this exercise that practices eight notes remember that, as I said on the last lecture with your where we were when we were practicing eight notes with or right hand, you have to count one and two and three m four and the work and helps to count in a very easy way from them, too. Say the name of the notes. First, add the second time and going to be counting. So first time accounted for 12 34 b. C I'm sorry again. C B C B a g g first tree beats are eight notes and I have 1/4 notes are going to count one , two and three and four and one and two and three and four. I'm going to play this one more time slower. One, two and three, m four and one and two and dreams and four Next measure if if a g f g g. So if I want to come one and two and three and four second measure beyond and two and three and this'll exercise can maybe do you have to practice slower analyzed a little bit further each measure, so I'm going to count and play the 1st 2 measures one and two and tree m four and seeing being C B g g f f a g f g G let you continue. G g A B C C c Last measure f g a Being seeing sing, Sing now I'm going to play the whole exercise. I'm going to count very slow one and two and three and four and one and two and three and 41 and two and tree and 41 on two and three and 41 and two and tree and four. Take your time, analyze this and go out your own pace. 16. Bass Clef exercise #5: I go to play now and exercise that combines all the figures that we analyze on the last lectures. So first, take a look of the notes. We have seen a scene being a gene. Then I would PG gene G e f g a me see no problem with that. I'm going to play and count one and two and three m four one and two and three m 41 and two and dream. And for now, the next measure I have to I have, ah, small way have to skip some notes. So from C, I'm going to f. So be sure that you are familiar with this movement. So in the third measure, I have C C F f g G G. I'm going to play Measure number three and 41 and two and three and four and CC. And on the last measure, 123 four. Be sure that you play the four beats. Don't stop the note because it is important to always finish and count. It doesn't matter if it's a six notes um, six times even the same note. We have to be careful with that. So now I'm going to play the whole exercise counting one end to end tree M four and one and two and three and 41 and two and Dream and four long and two and three and four. Juan too Tree four. 17. Both Hands Exercise #2: Now I'm going to play this second lesson and this lesson. It's the very popular song called Moonlight. It's for some traditional and it's for Children. Maybe drug. Want to recognize this? That's I said when we practiced the Jackie due to listen. You have to be sure to understand the structure. And while they have to play with each hand, the first part of this lesson goes on Lee with my right hand and you have to play this trysts. That's why that double bar at the end of this section means that you have to play twice the first four measures. So I'm going to play this with my right hand. 1234 C c c D e b. They seen me being see See plate one more time. See C c B c E B B C. You have to play twice dizzy at the end. The first time that I play it. I played wrong, But be sure that you are playing twice the d Edion. Okay, I'm going to do it one more time. 12 tree four cc See the e they see e being they see 234 again C C c B. They see e being the sea to tree for the next section combines right and left hand. And then after this part, I have to go go back to the first part so I can say that this lesson has on a be a structure. I played the first part. Then I go to the second part. Then at the end there are some letters that says D. C. Al Feeny. This are Italian words that are very common in music. That means the Capo Al Feeney. It means that you have to come back until start from the beginning and finish where the war Phoenix is written. Actually, it is an Italian word. It's not the world fine. So you have to be careful with that because sometimes can be confusing. But I'm going to play the second part. 1234 Dean being they date and then my left hand has come to play a. So I have this change. Be careful. I'm going from the to A with my left hand, so I'm going to play one more time. 123 four The B B B a a d c B A James. 123 four. I want to play one more time. The second part. 1234 They they, they they B c b g to tree For now. I'm going to play the whole lesson. Remember, I repeat the first part twice going to second part, Then first part again. 1234 C c c e They see e b they see to tree for and again c c c e be seeing the they they see to tree for the D the a a sti c b a g to tree for from the beginning C c c e the c e being they see 234 on Audi And do you only play the first part once? Do Don't repeat. So take your time, practice each part before playing the whole sewn together. 18. Both Hands Exercise #3: Now I'm going to play this exercise that it's, Ah, the signing for play with both hands and it's a It's based on a very popular song. And what do you can see here is that you have to start first beat number four and then after. True to measures your you have to play with your left hand. So I'm going to play the 1st 2 measures on my right hand. I'm going to count and I'm going to start. But, uh, beach number four, one, two and three and G E C c c the if G g g e. I'm going to play that one more time. You have to combine eight notes and quarter notes one to three and g e C c c the e f g g g e. Now I'm going to play the next two measures and be careful because you need to play a note . Would Finger number four with your left hand It doesn't matter that you're going to place this fingers right here if you play each hand many times do won't have any problem when you play the whole lesson, so I'm going to start with finger number four A. A a g a g A b c. The end. Now I have a daughter have note well, that that means that you have to at half off the value off the note. If you are playing half now, do you have to count to two? Then, if it's a daughter half note, you have to count to three. So after playing with your left hand, you're going to play E with finger number tree, and you have to count to treat 12 tree. And then I have to combine and I have to eight notes first, have you in my right hand and be with my left hand E B. And then I resolved to a C note, another that I have to another have to count to treat so you have to play E B. C. When do you have a this kind of combinations? Have you find that you have to like a combined ball cancer? Or it doesn't matter only if you think that two notes are kind of difficult to play without . Mistakes play very, very slow on Lee. Those notes that are marquee making you have mistakes. So in this case, I can play e b C. I can play several times as many as necessary to play without any mistake. So I'm going to start playing on the third measure when I begin with my I must be with my left hand. So I played a G day G ABC The Beat 12 Tree E B C. To train Going to keep playing G e g 23 The A C on true three. Exactly. I'm now I'm going to play the whole lesson. Be sure that you are playing and without any mistake, each part. Take your time. Go at your own pace. Don't play too fast. One to tree and g E C c c The e f g j g e a a a g a g maybe see the e want to dream e c one to drink G G three times again and the B c wan to tree. And as you keep practicing this, you can play the whole blessing twice that can't work, so you keep developing concentration and playing longer lessons. 19. Both Hands Exercise #1: I want to apply at this first lesson that I have to play with both hands. This is a very popular song, cold Yankee Doodle And be sure that you are playing each part and you're at take a moment to analyze which notes do we have to play? And I'm going to place both hands right here at the middle C So this foams are going to share this key. We're going to count to four in this lesson. I just have to quarter and half notes, So I have to come to 412 34 c Seen thing be seen de to eat and see. See being a with my left hand See being, I want to play this again. 1234 c c Being be seen C c e c B C c. They be f e being C B j and B. C. C. Be sure that you are. You're going from B to Jean. So do you want play? A. I want to play this piece one last time. 1234 c. C The Scene B c c Being me, C B c c b f c b A C C Take your time and practice. Don't play this too fast so you can keep the same speed and play without any mistake. 20. Ode to Joy: Now let's play our first some playing both hands at the same time. And this is different because on the last exercises we plays each hand. We're playing both hands, but not at the same time. So we are going to take this fame use piece classical piece called off to Joy from the famous composer Veto fan and that's going to play it as an exercise. So you're going to have so much fun because is, this is all our first song playing ball cans at the same time, so it will sound a little bit more complete, so it will be so. It will be fun. OK, we have to analyze and this is very, very important to understand when we're playing both hands at the same time, we must practice several times each hand separately. How many as a match is necessary to be able to play each hand without any mistake? If you allow a tiny mistake a problem with Temple, then you won't be able to fix it as easily. And we don't want that we want to play as really in a perfect way. He doesn't matter that it's a very simple or easy exercise that you're a beginner. Dumas always practice without any mistake. So I'm going to play the first four measures with my right hand and take a look that I just going to play quarter notes. That's kind of easy. And at the fourth measure, I have only on quarter note that has a doctor. It's a daughter quarter note and then a an H note. So I'm going to play sanding off the notes and e f g jenny f e b c c b e e d They one more time e f g g f e j c c d e the They are going to play the next four measures almost the same. We'd small difference at the end e f g g f e b c c b e the C C. Be sure to polite. Many times you can play in smaller a smaller phrases like two measures or four measures prices. Now I'm going to blame my left hand, and as you can see, um, I only have to play whole notes, and I only have two notes I have seen right here and Gene, and this is a different position in the last exercises. We played right here. But now I have to begin with C note that is right here. The line that is right in the middle off the staff when you have bass clef is d So the return notes on this exercise is safe. So I have to play. See, I just going to play without counting. Then I have G And then I go back to see three times and I have ah, half no to know two beats g to eat and then see this is only part where you have to change a little bit faster. So take be sure that Europe playing, uh, even that sounds very easy. Be sure that you are playing this, that you are playing disc a couple of times before playing both hands. Now I'm going to blame hold hands. What I have to do is that I have to play at the same time. Every measure on the beach, number one on the first beat have to play the C note on E note right here at the same time . And then I have to hold my left hand for the whole measure. Four beats. I'm going to keep playing here, and on the next measure on beat number one, I'm going to play again. So I'm going to count to four. I'm going to start one to tree four again. Left hand again. I changed to G. I'm going to play this one more time, and I'm going to continue the whole eight to measure. So I'm going to believe the first aid measures. 1234 When we get to measure number eight, here's a place where you can maybe have a little You can find a problem because you have to change your left hand faster. So what I suggest is to play the gee note on the denote at the same time. 12 very slow, several times as many as necessary. So you will feel more confident about this. So I'm going to play one more time. The last the first aid measures and 21. Ode to Joy II: Now I'm going to play the second part of this peace off to Joey, which is our first song playing both hands at the same time. Well, what do we have here? I'm going to play my left hand first, and I have quarter notes, eight notes and a dotted quarter Note idea. So it's basically the same room Nicholas structure as the first part of this piece, and I'm going to play first. The measures number 9 to 12 because after that we're what we are going to repeat, something that we played on the first part. So I'm going to play on Lee Measures 9 to 12 when I begin with D would Finger number two. So I'm going to play the B B C D e f e c the e f g the c B and then I have to to be. It's ah rest because that final phrase in that final phrase I have to play with my left hand. So this phrase completes with my left hand. I'm going to play this one more time. I begin with Dean Finger number two and the d E. The sea, the E f g c. The e f E b c they end there tha this is the end of the phrase. So now I want to take a look off my left hand, which, as you can see, it's really pretty easy, because I just have to play G. So it's a very friendly way to play both hands at the same time and is going to sell more. Complete what I have to pay attention and its return like that so we can practice and develop independence between our hands is that at the last beat I have arrest. So I had to play the gene haute and count to tree 12 tree and I have a rest, so I'm going to do it again. 12 Tree and arrest again 123 when I have a rest. So when I play both hands, the last beat I have to do this, and it's very common to just leave the now there because it won't sound bad, but it's not what it's written, so we want to develop independence. Be sure that you are raising your hand when you can't exaggerate. You can do something like this so you can be sure that you are not playing that last speed . So I'm going to play this for measures. And exactly. And now it sounds complete. I'm going to play it again. And exactly. And now, Dan, we have way played this before? Uh huh. Yes. Now I'm going to play the whole piece. And by this, when you get to this point, you can have so much fun. Fun? I want to play it with my piano sound. But if you're practicing in a keyboard, you can change the voice so it won't. He will sound pretty good. I'm going to play just with the piano sound first and chicken part and And if I want to change the voice, I'm going to change it to something about maybe strings. Who will work? I can serve Aisling too. I'm going to try first Onley with strengths. Let's see how it sounds and look with. And we have our first complete song of very popular one playing bold hands at the same time . So we are learning how to read and playing, and we're having so much more fun because this is something that we know and we are very family to death. So congratulations to be to get to this point