About The Piano Game

The Piano Game is a modern interactive skills trainer with a level of interactivity that was only made possible recently by the power of the latest iPad. It’s the first new approach to music learning in 100 years of dependency on printed notation.

No reading.

All selections are human performed.

Our growing BASIC PIANO LIBRARY has nearly 3000 songs in all GENRES and Styles which include BEGINNER, Youngest, Younger, Older, FOLK, CLASSICAL Levels 1,2,3, POPULAR, RAGTIME, LATIN Basic, Latin 1, BLUES Basic, Casio Music Library.
Our growing Professional Library contains over 500 song performances and improvisations in GENRES and Styles which include JAZZ Standards, Christmas Pro, Early American Jazz, Ragtime Era Jazz, Traditional Jazz, Modern Jazz, Winter’s Here, Harlem Stride, Chicago Jazz, Swing, Jelly Roll Morton Jazz, CLASSICAL Level 4, Concert Piano, SACRED, Latin 2, Blues Group 1, Latin Jazz, BLUES Pro, New Orleans Rock & Roll, Harlem Stride.

The Piano Game Professional Training Curriculum includes Berklee/USCM Piano Proficiencies and the JoyOfImprov Accelerator.

Taken together, our combined libraries represent the most comprehensive piano music collection ever assembled… all to be enjoyed and learned.

Royalty fees for copyrighted tunes are included in your purchases. They are accounted on a per copy basis and paid to publishers.”


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ABOUT SIGHTREADING: You can train a monkey to read music notation in the same way that high school kids learn to type, but only humans can make reading music ‘musical’. They are different skills and we often fail to differentiate them.


Unfortunately, most music training nowadays is preoccupied with the former and so fails to achieve the latter. Apparently, there is often the magical thinking that one will naturally lead to the other and it almost never does.
We should also distinguish sight-reading, which is reading music for the first and only time, from recursive reading and dependent reading of notation to simulate a musical performance or remind us of familiar music.
Independent music performance of music, on the other hand, depends entirely on the musician’s muscle and aural memories and is a prerequisite for improvisation of new music. the entire process should be natural like walking and talking.
Stated simply, reading should follow ‘the ability to talk’ music


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