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Piano keys description
One of the first steps in learning to play the piano is to understand how the keys on the piano relate to the written score. Use the pic above along with the Grand Staff Worksheet (No. 4 below) to help visualize where the written notes are supposed to be played on the piano. Good luck!

Music Freebies

Music at Susan's Cooking School?

While this website is devoted to my culinary endeavors, I am also a professional musician and would like to share a few tidbits garnered over the years with anyone who could benefit from them. This page contains worksheets for people trying to learn how to read music (and/or play a keyboard instrument) plus other musical items that I've created over the years. Many of the worksheets were originally made for a class I taught called Experiencing Music at Morrisville State College. Hope you find them useful. Free free to use them however you wish, but please leave the copyright info intact.

Keyboard music

A few of my recordings (mp3's).

  1. Fryderyk Chopin's Nocturne in E-flat Major used in my Bagel video. This recording was made from a performance on a Baldwin L piano (pic above).
  2. The first movement from Robert Schumann's Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood). 1. Von fremden Ländern und Menschen) (Of Foreign Lands and Peoples). Scores available at IMSPL.
  3. Claude Debussy, Première arabesque (Arabesque No.1) Score at IMSLP
  4. More to come!

© 2017 Susan J. Sady