Feedback is essential

To facilitate the learning process, Hands On Piano gives you feedback. When you press the right key, the corresponding note and falling key are highlighted in green. When you press the wrong key, the corresponding note and piano key are highlighted in red. If you press a key too early or too late, you can get feedback on this too.

You buy the tunes gradually

Each time you play a tune, you earn game money. These can be used to buy new tunes. When you choose to practise you earn a fixed sum of game money which is independent on performance. When you choose the performance mode, the sum of game money you earn is dependent on your performance. You can choose which risk you are willing to take by the choice of scene. If you choose a small scene you jeopardize a smaller sum of game money than if you choose a large scene. The size of the award is based on how well you play and the costs for the performance. The costs to perform on a large scene are greater than the costs to perform on a small scene.

There are many setting options

You can choose your own settings in Hands On Piano according to your preferences. If you do not want to adjust all settings yourself, you can choose one out of three settings under "Quick Settings" in "Settings" just by pressing on of three black keys:

You can also adjust the settings according to your own preferences. Among other things you can choose:

79 tunes

There are 79 tunes with various characteristics in Hands On Piano. More than 40 tunes have been composed especially for the program to achieve variation and to cover various pedagogic aspects. Among the classical compositions arranged for Hands On Piano, you will find our most loved composers, such as Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, and Chopin. We have also included traditional tunes such as Greensleeves and Jingle Bells.

Choose to play with the right and/or the left hand

In Hands On Piano you can choose to play with one hand or with both hands. The right hand plays Treble, which often corresponds to the melody. The left hand plays bass, which can be either melody or accompaniment.

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