Free Senior Citizens Piano Lessons

Easy Way for Senior Citizens to Learn Piano

Senior Citizens Learn Piano

I help Senior Citizens & beginners learn piano the EASY, FAST & FUN way.

People who have struggled with traditional piano lessons for years, have learnt to play songs WITHIN DAYS! - WITHOUT needing to learn notation.

My 5 Step Formula has PROVEN results with over 3,000 people in 72 countries - let me show you how YOU can learn to play songs you LOVE on piano, easier than you ever thought possible.

I'm sharing the details of the DecPlay 5 Step Formula in the FREE PIANO LESSONS VIDEO
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  • 5 Step Formula - making songs on piano EASY
  • Avoid no. 1 mistake - save time / avoid frustration & failure
  • Learn to Play Amazing Grace within 1 day
  • No Need to Learn Notation - accessible to all

Thanks for the opportunity to do your course. For years I had wanted to learn to play the piano and now I can.

I was able to get all I needed from the course over less than a week. I spent about an hour each morning and a further hour each night and had it all. In fact it motivated me to go further. Thanks again.

Frank (age 76)

Queensland, Australia)

I am now retired and over the years I had tried learning piano but found it overwhelming.

Your playing patterns make it possible for me to play right away, with just a modicum of practice, Genius!

I'm experiencing the pleasure of creating music for the first time in my life.

Steve

California

I was 59 yrs when I started with DecPlay, never having played an instrument and unable to read notation (have tried several times).

I can now play songs I love on piano, can accompany myself singing and have even written several songs, which were played on local radio.

The DecPlay system means that I don’t need to read notation in order for me to play and enjoy the piano every day.

Pam

Ireland


Is It Harder for Senior Citizens to Learn Piano?

Some people believe that we learn things faster when we are younger, but getting older in itself does not prevent you from learning piano. In fact, sometimes age can be an advantage in learning piano if it means you have more free time to dedicate to practicing piano, have the passion to want to learn piano and have less distractions.

Many senior citizens have achieved their lifetime ambition of playing piano using DecPlay's 5 Step Formula and Piano Chords lessons, including many people who had tried and failed to learn piano using traditional piano teaching methods.


Playing Songs On Piano

If the objective is to play songs instead of complex classical music, the easiest and fastest way to learn is using pattern based learning. This makes learning much easier by highlighting the very simple patterns that exist in most western music. As a results, the DecPlay range of piano methods was designed around the most important patterns in music and uses chord sheets and lead sheets instead of traditional notation. With this approach, people of all ages (including late '60's, ‘70’s and ’80s ) have been able to learn songs within days / weeks, even if they had no previous musical experience, or had previously tried playing music and struggled.


Struggling With Notation?

For people who want to play classical music instead of songs, but who struggle with notation, there is the option of using PianoTabz numbers to replace notation. Doing this makes it easy to understand the songs sheet within minutes, yet enables you to play the exact same notes.

PianoTabz is not designed for songs, not complex classical music, but it is very effective for beginner to intermediate level classical music such as Beethoven Fur Elise and Moonlight Sonata.  An example is shown in the video below, with a student who struggled for years with notation but was able to play Fur Elise within 4 hours using a PianoTabz song sheet. 

Challenges with Eyesight, Concentration and Memory?

Using pattern based learning such as DecPlay's Piano by Chords tutorials, helps people who have challenges with poor eyesight, concentration and memory. Because most songs use incredibly simple patterns of notes, called 'chords', replacing traditional notation sheets with sheets that show these patterns ie 'chord sheets', makes learning song on piano really easy. For example, most songs use less than 6 chords, so when playing the accompaniment, instead of having to read hundreds of separate notes in traditional notation sheets, you can play the same music just by reading to repeating patterns of 6 or less chords on a chord sheet. 

Using chords makes it much easier to memorise songs - for example the verse of Imagine by John Lennon simply repeats 2 chords - how easy is that! In fact you can play most songs just using 4 chords including:-

  • Happy Birthday
  • Auld Lang Syne
  • Danny Boy
  • Let It Be

and thousands more ......

Get the FREE Seniors Citizens - 5 Step Formula Video 

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  • 5 Step Formula - making songs on piano EASY
  • Avoid no. 1 mistake - save time / avoid frustration & failure
  • Learn to Play Amazing Grace within 1 day
  • No Need to Learn Notation - accessible to all