Are you interested in learning the piano but do not actually own one? Maybe you’re learning it as we speak but haven’t seen a piano in days or weeks.
Here are some ways to start learning the piano if you do not have one:
- Study Music Theory.
- Visualizing: Perform Mental Practice.
- Practice Desk/Table-top Tapping.
- Last Possible Resort: Rent or Buy an Electric Keyboard.
*Insert visible confusion face – How is this possible?
Yes, it is doable – to a certain extent, of course.
Starting to learn the piano without an actual piano is not recommended.
The best way to start learning the piano is with an experienced piano teacher and/or at least invest your money in an affordable piano keyboard. The reason for this: you feel the urge to touch a tangible piano and apply everything you have learned along the way.
If you do choose this path, do not be discouraged. No matter what situation you may find yourself in. We want you to learn the piano despite the circumstances.
Circumstances may be grim, but we offer you several opportunities to learn or continue learning this beautiful instrument.
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But before we start, we want to know why you want to learn piano this way?