I noticed the first day when I practiced my recorder,it has the same exact notes as on piano, and on sheet music the notes look exactly the same. So if you play recorder or something like it (clarinet for example) and you know what the notes look like, you're good to go. I am not a piano teacher,I am a kid learning to play piano. And I'm nine. Not kidding.
Yes, Celina, if you know the notes on your instrument, you can transfer that knowledge to all the other instruments!
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My piano student heard me play the first part (of the Pachelbel Canon) and immediately wanted to play it (and it was realistically achievable for her). Thank you! Regards, Tina
Shanette, US: I just purchased O Holy Nightto use as a duet for Christmas Eve Mass. Thank you so much for this simple, easy to read version as my vocalists are not professional and this music won't be quite so intimidating as other arrangements I have. Your expertise is much appreciated!! Merry Christmas!