December 1, 2019 6 Exercises That Will Improve Your Two Hand Piano Playing By William Claassen Articles, Blog 19 Comments Tags:arpeggios, both, both hands, Coordination, czerny, dexterity, exercises, hand, hand independence, hands, hanon, how to, how to play piano, how to play piano with both hands at the same time, how to play the piano, learn, learn piano, learn to play piano, lesson, piano, piano exercise, piano exercises, piano hand independence, piano left hand, piano lesson, piano lessons, piano lessons for beginners, piano technique, piano tutorial, play, playing, same time, scales, two, two hand playing About Author admin 19 Comments Piano Lessons On The Web If you liked today's lesson than SMASH that like button and make sure to SUBSCRIBE and TURN ON ALL NOTIFICATIONS so that you get updated when the newest lessons come out! Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/hSGn5n February 24, 2019 Reply christopher hinkle Hanon. February 24, 2019 Reply Shelly Aliva Thank you !!! 🙏🏻😀 February 24, 2019 Reply Aaron Boelbaai thank you , very good lesson my friend February 24, 2019 Reply Andrzej ZzaMiedzy I was looking for something to work with for a while. These excercises are top quality and as always you explain everything. You are no doubt youre the best yt piano teacher. Your channel deserves 10 milion subs… February 24, 2019 Reply Domnic Gomes Thank you for this lesson on exercises, I couldn't see the link on scales that you mentioned.. could you paste the link here pls February 25, 2019 Reply Thblay Hser Thank you so much Sir February 27, 2019 Reply Jon James I think I would rather spend the time playing music that someone might eventually actually want to listen to. February 28, 2019 Reply Robert Mayhew Hi Tim, thank you again for your excellent tutorials. I have been wanting to ask you your opinion about using contrary motion with scales and you must have read my mind hehe. One of your fellow tutors teaches the major scales using the contrary motion but only for the first five keys eg C , G, D, A, E. After E, She then uses the parallel motion for the remaining seven keys. Obviously the remaining seven keys don’t lend themselves to using the contrary motion to them. Can you please advise on this further. All the above of course is using the circle of fifths. Again, thank you, Tim. March 1, 2019 Reply Jericho-KrishTG Hanon exercises!🔥🔥 March 3, 2019 Reply Mike Nsumu amazing lesson. thanx March 3, 2019 Reply Robert Duffer Sr. Great March 12, 2019 Reply Robert Duffer Sr. Good words for new people like me. March 13, 2019 Reply dauntie kay What a great piano lesson and so much to include in my practice and here all the time I thought I had the scales all down pat–lol. I am definitely gonna have to try some of these exercises! Thank you so much for posting this video! April 4, 2019 Reply Shireen Hendricks Thanx April 10, 2019 Reply SUBIR NAG Doing Hanon exercises at 100-120 bpm for beginners, isn't slow. Recipe for disaster. April 20, 2019 Reply Vikas Singh Great. Sir October 31, 2019 Reply Vikas Singh Great. Sir October 31, 2019 Reply Pastel Choco Who else got a piano add before watching?…no? Just me? Ok November 1, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.