Want to learn how to play the piano and read real music? "Clair de lune from scratch" is a video lesson series designed to help folks who have never played the piano before get started right away with this masterpiece by Claude Debussy. The secret that all teachers use is to teach in small portions, and I hope this will be a fun learning experience for everyone who follows along. You'll get an overview of the whole piece in this video, along with a preview of the different camera angles, screenshots of the digital sheet music score, and a graphics of the damper pedal to help you learn more dynamically. Please post questions in the comments below, or better yet - send me your video responses showing what you'd like help with, and I'll do my best to integrate those questions alongside the video tutorials. Above all - have fun!
You can also download the MusicReader version of Clair de lune itself here: http://airturn.com/musicreader-library/piano-solos/debussy-clair-de-lune-1905-edition-mr2009722776363/download
MusicReader is a program that gives you the ability to annotate your score with digital ink, just like I do on these lesson videos. For more information about MusicReader, please visit http://airturn.com/musicreader/musicreader