Hobbies Playing Music Beginner Piano Book: Lesson One Share PINTEREST Email Print Playing Music Playing Piano Tutorials Piano Chords Buying Advice Music Education Playing Guitar Home Recording By Brandy Kraemer Updated March 18, 2020 Learn how to sight-read piano music and practice techniques for better playing. You can also download a free, printable sheet music lesson. 01 of 03 C Major Piano Scales Sidney Llyn View Larger Image: PDF: Download & Print Entire Lesson About This Lesson Page ▪ Key: C major▪ Time Signature: Common time▪ Musical Symbols: Staccato accent How to Practice Read the notes as you touch the keys, even if you have the notes memorized. Think of the note names in your head as you go. Pay attention to the piano fingering for both hands. Practice until you can play both staves simultaneously without any mistakes – at least three times – then adjust tempo as you improve. 02 of 03 Continuing C Major Scales Sidney Llyn About This Lesson Page Key: C major / A minor Time Signature: Common time Musical Symbols: Clef change How to Practice Note that the bass line begins on an E, and not on a C like in part A. Pay attention to the piano fingering for both hands. 03 of 03 Playing in G: Intro to Sharps Sidney Llyn About This Lesson Page Key: G major (one sharp – F♯) Time Signature: Common time Musical Symbols: 8va; Clef changes How to Practice Pay attention to the piano fingering for both hands.