• noor

    KEEP IT UP JUST KEEP IT UP ireally like the way u teach & its helped me to read yanni piano sheet thank u very VERY very much by the way isaw ur other vid its perfect..
    love u

  • noor

    KEEP IT UP JUST KEEP IT UP ireally like the way u teach & its helped me to read yanni piano sheet thank u very VERY very much by the way isaw ur other vid its perfect..
    love u

  • randon macias

    Ya know.. (if your learning piano) is really just a pinoa turned on it side.. =)
    COOL

    GREAT VIDS!!

  • randon macias

    Ya know.. (if your learning piano) is really just a pinoa turned on it side.. =)
    COOL

    GREAT VIDS!!

  • http://www.waltribeiro.net Walt

    Thanks Noor! I’ll keep it up if you do :) @Randon – thrilled you’re starting to understand it!

  • http://www.waltribeiro.net Walt

    Thanks Noor! I’ll keep it up if you do :) @Randon – thrilled you’re starting to understand it!

  • sha

    ohh! now i understand! haha. ;)

  • sha

    ohh! now i understand! haha. ;)

  • Guest1

    This simplifies a lot of problems I am having, would you recommend learning to play with both hand or individual and then combining?

    • http://www.fororchestra.com WaltRibeiro

      if you play with both hands, then play it ULTRA slow. Like, painfully slow. Playing it separate is good too. Do what works for you, but play it slow and gradually increase, either way

  • Guest1

    This simplifies a lot of problems I am having, would you recommend learning to play with both hand or individual and then combining?

    • http://www.fororchestra.com WaltRibeiro

      if you play with both hands, then play it ULTRA slow. Like, painfully slow. Playing it separate is good too. Do what works for you, but play it slow and gradually increase, either way

    • http://www.fororchestra.com WaltRibeiro

      if you play with both hands, then play it ULTRA slow. Like, painfully slow. Playing it separate is good too. Do what works for you, but play it slow and gradually increase, either way

  • Guest1

    This simplifies a lot of problems I am having, would you recommend learning to play with both hand or individual and then combining?