PIANO             COURSE

Application As for the piano, the performance-based curriculum is designed. It starts from Basic Grade 1 to Grade 12.

Will be able to play the piano in the C Position on Grand Staff : Homophony correctly according to the rhythm and melody.

Therefore, it is suitable for everyone who wants to improve their knowledge of international music and piano skills.  who are 6 years old and above

Easy to learn, practice on-demand steps anytime, anywhere. without limiting the knowledge base to enhance skills 

The future of piano playing at a higher level.

Piano Course Standards (Grades 1–12)

Grade 1

After completing the process, you can clap your hands in relation to the rhythm. How to use the piano the right way Hands can be properly placed on the piano finger wedge. Understand how to press the piano wedges in the two black key and three black key groups (right hand) and play the music on the piano in

C Position Monophony style, following the metronome rhythm that is set by 2 notes.

Grade 2

After completing the process, you will be able to clap your hands in relation to the rhythm in the time signature and read the note do remi on the 5 lines.

Arranged and alternating piano wedges, dore me notes, black notes, white notes, and black stop notes. and playing with piano in

C Position Monophony style, following the metronome rhythm, 3 notes.

Grade 3

Once the process is complete, the clap can be correlated with the time signature rhythm and the placement of the hand on the piano wedge.      Play a song on the piano in C Position 1 song (right hand)

Grade 4

Once the process is complete, the clap can be correlated with the time signature rhythm and the placement of the hand on the piano wedge.       Three black key (left hand) piano wedges and 3 C Position piano accompaniment (right hand).

Grade 5

After completing the process, you will be able to slap your face with your left hand in relation to the Time Signature rhythm.  and the placement of the hand on the piano wedge (left hand), the pressing of the piano finger wedge in the Three black key group (left hand), and playing the piano in two F Position songs (right hand).

Grade 6

After completing the process, you will be able to slap your face, legs alternately, left hand - right hand. It is related to the time signature rhythm and the placement of the hands on the piano wedge. (right hand - left hand) sliding the finger to change the position of the note in the left hand C Position 1 track piano (right hand) and C Position 1 piano chord (left hand).

Grade 7

After completing the process, hands can be placed on both sides of the piano wedge. by reading the notes on the Grand Staff

and playing with piano in C Position 8 songs

Grade 8

After completing the process, you will be able to slap your face and legs using your left hand and right hand. by alternating hands and legs Eurhythmics are associated with the Time Signature rhythm and the placement of hands on both piano wedges by reading the notes on the Grand Staff.      and playing with piano in C Position, Homophony format, 11 songs

Grade 9

After completing the process, you will be able to slap your face and legs using your left hand and right hand. By alternating hand slapping and slapping at the same time, eurhythmics are related to the time signature rhythm.  and placing his hands on the piano finger wedges on both sides by reading the notes on the Grand Staff  Play piano in C Position, Homophony format, 11 songs.

 

Grade 10

After completing the process, hands can be placed on both the piano wedges by reading the notes on the Grand Staff and playing the piano in the C Position 17-song Homophony format.

 

grade 11

Once the process is complete, hands can be placed on either side of the piano wedge by reading the notes on the Grand Staff.

and play 15 songs with piano in C Position Homophony format.

 

grade 12

Once the process is complete, hands can be placed on either side of the piano wedge by reading the notes on the Grand Staff.

and playing with piano in C Position, Homophony format, 17 songs