Practicing can be tough! It’s hard enough to find the time, never mind organizing everything you need before you really sit down to learn. That’s why we’ve created our T.A.A Piano Quick Links! To quickly and easily provide you access to everything you need for a practice session. On this page you will find our piano quick links! Enjoy and happy practicing!
Posture is an overlooked yet important part of practicing piano. If you practice with correct posture your playing will improve much more quickly and naturally! Here is a quick link to an entire article we created about piano posture.
In piano performance, timing is just as important as the notes being played. Here is a quick and easy online metronome to practice your scales and pieces along with!
Most sheet music provides us with a helping hand by letting us know which fingers we should play which notes with. This fingering chart serves as quick reminder so we get things right the first time!
Treble Clef Notes
Learning to read music can prove to be quite a challenge! At times we need a quick reference to get back on track or make sure we wrote each note in correctly. Take a peak at the chart below for a refresher.
Bass Clef Notes
Learning to read music can prove to be quite the challenge! At times we need a quick reference to get back on track or make sure we wrote each note in correctly. Take a peak at the chart below for a refresher.
Ledger Line Notes
Nobody likes ledger lines, not even professional musicians! They are notoriously hard to read. Here is a chart to double check those pesky notes.
Piano Chord Chart
Here is a quick reference chart for all of our basic piano chords!
Note Length Chart
Below you will find a simple chart that goes over the most common types of notes and their lengths.
Rest Length Chart
Below you will find a simple chart that goes over the most common types of rests and their lengths.
Free Sheet Music Sites
Musescore is a great place to find user made transcriptions of your favourite video game, movie and pop songs!
Virtual Online Piano
For the times you don’t have access to a set of keys here’s a quick link to a virtual piano that you can play with your computer keyboard!
Toronto Based Piano Tuners
If you own a real acoustic piano it’s important to keep it in tune. Here are a few of the top piano tuners in Toronto.
Toronto Piano Stores
In the market for a new set of keys? Here are some great Toronto stores to start your search at.
Popular Method Books
Check out the lesson book ordering page on our website for Amazon links to purchase your own copies for class!
Well, there you have it, our Piano Quick Links! Good luck with your practicing! And feel free to reach out to your teacher with any other questions!