EasyScales Visual Guides


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Does this sound familiar?


Your student is taking weekly piano lessons and preparing for their piano examinations. They absolutely love to play the new pieces they learnt each week.


But when it comes to piano scales, we know all too well how tough it is to keep up the energy level to teach students who sometimes don't want to practice scale.


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Do you have the following teaching encounters?


The painstaking efforts that you went through into teaching each and every student ALL the major and minor scale variations.


Many students struggle with proper scale fingerings.


Students experience mental block to memorise the key signatures and fingerings for the many different scales.


Steam comes out of your students' ears as they painstakingly figure out the names of each of the notes in the piano scale book.


Some students manage Grade 1 scales well but then struggle a lot putting both hands together in Grade 2.


With the piano exam less than 3 weeks away, students are still making strenuous effort with getting their scales to lay smoothly under their fingers.


Some of your students might have told you " I don't like practising scales!"


Students do not seem to understand  what or how to practice despite your very best effort.


Now, you can teach/learn piano scales like you have always wanted to!

Easy, Quick and Effective!

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EasyScales teach exactly how to play all Major, Harmonic and Melodic Minor Scales.


Each visual templates is built around a single scale pattern and the scale fingering sequences for that specific scale. It is designed especially with the needs of piano students in mind.


The students will feel more relaxed, happy and confident when playing their scales.


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      Notes?         or      EasyScales?

Make a difference


With EasyScales visual method, you will learn naturally, instantly, simply, VISUALLY.


EasyScales gives you the traditional fingerings which you would find in the scale exam book.


You don't have to use printed musical notes to play the scales, you can, but you don't have to!