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megustaelpiano.com is a blog devoted to piano education for children. Here you will find resources for your classes, book reviews and more ideas for teaching piano. Whether you are a piano teacher or you are just interested in learning more about the world of piano education I hope you will find useful information here. Feel free to contact me with any question or suggestion you may have.
I have been meaning to write down a post about the American composer Robert D. Vandall for a while. He has composed more than 400 pieces for piano, specially aimed for the first few years of piano learning. Today, 9th of February 2018 is his death anniversary, so this...read more
Second post of recommended piano pieces, it is time to present pieces by Robert Vandall, Christine Donkin, Kevin Olson, Christopher Fisher and, of course, William Gillock. Recommended piece of the week 6 Robert Vandall: Lydian Nocturne...read more
I haven't t written an article in English for a while. Every post I wrote in the past in English was with a little help because I don't speak English properly. But that made the job more complicated. From now on I will publish the texts directly translated by me. This...read more
The end of the year is already here. This is a good time to look back and see which of the ideas and resources I have found throughout 2016 are working better in my classes. I've crafted a list with things I've found and used, though most of them have not necessarily...read more
The traditional way of studying piano in Spain, and to my knowledge in many other countries in the world, has been based on the choice of a repertory of two, three or four pieces per school term and the necessary practice to improve its playing technically and...read more
Paul Sheftel is an American pianist, teacher and composer. He has published a lot of collections of piano pieces for piano students. Sheftel is also a pioneer in the creation of instructional materials using MIDI technology, some of his collection of pieces go with...read more