November Webinar Click here to sign up for the free November Webinar series. António Ok obrigado Doopsi Hi willie, looking forward to seeing you tomorrow Mel Thank you Willie for your efforts on behalf of piano learners. Your classes are excellent, and much appreciated. bruce blackman No questions currently… b2 Manrico Troncelliti I always enjoy watching. I have been a student for about 6 weeks and it is very informative. Josue Silva I’ve been playing for some time, but don’t know how to read music just yet. Since I learned self-thought, I struggle some times with correct fingering. What do you recommend Willie? Thanks and God bless you sr. Barbara Thanks Willie! woit thank you for the free November webinar. I HAVE NO SPECIAL COMMENT, except maybe I find I have NOT GOT a good work method. I work till I get too tired or saddened because it does not work the way I had hoped! thanks willie Zvonimir I am very pleased for the invitation. Robert I am working on basic improvising skills, though I am an accomplished classical pianist. Building a solos (particularly and typically over one or two chord seq.) is my goal. Bass player in tow! Leslie lyken Thank you very much for all the Nov webinar series. this is much one can learn here. Once again thank you for all you do in preparing to give us this feast. Leslie Chuck Watson Jr One of the biggest obstacles I have is that I often feel like an android or a trained monkey when practicing the piano. I want to become good at it, but often wonder if I am no better than one of those auto play pianos. As long as I have music sheet in front of me I can play, but take away the music sheet and I can do nothing. At 74,is it possible I can ever play from the heart without needing the music in front of me? My mother taught me to whistle around eight years of age. I could whistle any tune after hearing it just a few times. I long for that ability using the piano as my instrument. I’ve been learning off and on for a couple of years. Carolou Willie, you are so generous! Boris Always looking forward to see the next webinar and inform others about an opportunity to see and learn from your lessons, Willie. You are doing a great job! Carla Thank you for all your hard work! Neal Sandy These Webinars are valuable and fun. Getting the sheet music and the drum tracks is an added bonus. Many thanks for that. Looking forward to the session tomorrow where we can ask questions. My improvising is a work in progress but your instruction is a great help. I have a Hammond organ beside my piano and it provides various rhythms during practice. Mind you, it’s an old instrument but does the trick nicely as I make my way through swing, ballads, bossa novas, rock and others. You often say that if rhythm is lacking, a key element in making MUSIC is just not there. And so I try to discipline myself in that regard. Looking forward to tomorrow. erv karaba Thanks for the invite andrea many thanks Jude Armstrong Looking forward to the live webinar Mateo How long did it take you to master the piano? Garland Rigney Self taught, fully versed in chords but gave up playing because I couldn’t improvise. Can a little bit but look forward to your help! Thanks!!!! Siegfried I love your piano lessons and especially how you fold in lots of music theory. I get a lot of enjoyment thinking about how the music elements fit together while I practice. Widney Moore Thanks so much. Looking forward to it! Tatyana Dunlop Dear Willie, Really enjoying the November series. You made me Laugh on the 8th webinar. I appreciate the way you have striped away the mystc of improvisation. Thank you for the replay videos, a 2am start down under makes life a little more challenging.