How to Read Notes With Sharps for Beginners – Learn to Play Piano Lesson 12 –

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This lesson covers how to play sharped notes on the piano keyboard. A sharped note raises the note by a half step.
Remember that B sharp is the same as C and E sharp is the same as F due to the fact that there are no black keys between those notes. Learn how to play sharp notes in this lesson tutorial.

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Margaret Kiema says:

thank you for your lessons. iam 59 years old and iam following the lessons well. in a month i will be playing simple church songs.

- Man_dy - says:

I started at ten, And I'm still not good! >_<

Matt PyroPanda says:

great tutorials!

subramanian nagaraj says:

Thank you sir. The notes B# and E# are C and F respectively. Is there a real need to show this as B# when it could be simply denoted as a C?

And thank you very much sir. It's because of your videos that I started loving to play the keyboard.

Rawan Rahwan says:

Do you think it's too late for me to start at the age of 19?

hive stalker says:

is that a keyboard or a digital piano? and if you could can you tell me the model?
love your videos dude! thanks in advance

Sue B says:

You may want to add a caption in here…around 3:23, when you're going into the 5th measure, you say it is the fourth "space", but it's actually the fourth line… not a big deal, but it could confuse some people. Thank you for doing these lessons… very much appreciated for us beginners 🙂

Super Moh Rix says:

Awesome , how much can i thank you for your music lessons , u have really helped me a lot

the junior Hendrich says:

how am i able to play piano keyboard without looking at my hands?

Andrea Micco says:

I have taken two piano classes in college in which I learned a lot. Unfortunately I stopped playing and practicing because I started focusing on other aspects of life. I recently had the urge to play again and after picking up my keyboard found out how much I had forgotten. So glad that I found your series to help me refresh what I needed! 

Piano Lessons On The Web says:

Hello everyone,
Remember to like the video and subscribe if you learned something! 

yugan02 says:

sir, can you explain again the 4th one in bass clef.. I didn't understand how come it's an E#. I thought it was F#. thank you..

AP says:

hi, my name is della and am confuse.

lolke12 says:

why don't they just type E# as F and B# as C if it's the same thing?

Kim's Adventure says:

This is really helpful I think your a great teacher

Piano Lessons On The Web says:

Watch the learn to play piano and music theory playlist. The best way to watch my lessons!  http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUyDmNalB0ri0KoNmwPDtHMrwB0l8qvrP

Ihsan Efe Babaoglu says:

Thank you for teaching us.

Danny says:

You know your videos really deserve more views than 11,000 more like 111,000. You are really easy to follow and good at teaching, I tried learning to read music before but other people just had my mind baffled now I see how it works so thank you.

Daisy Castillo says:

고마워요 선생님! Thank you teacher! U r the best!

Natasha Pereira says:

The most important part of this lesson:
3:54  B# as C

TheRealXesc says:

Oh man, this is awesome!
I can find all the notes, but I have to keep counting – I don't know why, but I have a hard time memorizing where they all are. I am sure though, it will come with time and experience, and lots and lots of practice 🙂
Awesome classes this far – thank you! :))

Cool Co says:

Thank God for people like you to give out free lessons. I am an absolute beginner who wanted so much to learn piano but couldn't afford and didn't have much time.  I tried other sites but not quite got it, until I finally found yours,  watched from lessons 1 to 12 now, and I am able to follow your every steps,  you made them very simple and easy to understand.  God bless you and hope good things always be with you…  

JM Grier says:

Thank you for doing these lessons…for free!  This is for my daughter… she's new in piano lessons.

Piano Lessons On The Web says:

You can find Theory lessons 1 and 2 before Piano lesson 11 I believe. Theory lessons 3 doesn't appear until after Piano Lesson 20. You may have missed them since they are blended in with the Piano Lesson course. If you want to look at a list of all my videos and look for the theory lessons there, you can do so by visiting: youtube(dot)com/user/LessonsOn­TheWeb
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Piano Lessons On The Web says:

You can find Theory lessons 1 and 2 before Piano lesson 11 I believe. Theory lessons 3 doesn't appear until after Piano Lesson 20. You may have missed them since they are blended in with the Piano Lesson course. If you want to look at a list of all my videos and look for the theory lessons there, you can do so by visiting: youtube(dot)com/user/LessonsOnTheWeb
Replace the (dot)s with periods as with a normal web address. Youtube doesn't like direct links in comments.

Linda Brown says:

I'm missing the theory as well. Was keeping up until the last couple if lessons when the theory lessons were referred to.

Bill Harbatsis says:

i cant find the theory lessons

lMakeMineCraftVids says:

just amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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