Filter the tunes you want to play
By using the black keys below "Filter" you can:
- Choose if you want to play with both hands (Bass & Treble) or if you want to play with the right hand (Treble) or the left hand (Bass) only
- Choose which tunes you want to see, for example the tunes you own or the tunes you need to buy with game money before you can play them
The tunes range from Very Easy to Very Hard
Each tune is graded according to level of difficulty, from Very Easy to Very Hard. Sometimes the bass
(played by the left hand) is easy and the treble (played by the right hand) hard. Sometimes it is the other way
around. This makes it possible, even for beginners,
to play advanced tunes since you can choose to play with the left or the right hand only. Hard tunes and Very Hard
tunes can also be a challenge to skilled piano players.
The tunes becomes more and more difficult
In the beginning you play tunes with at most five tones in the
bass (played by the left hand) and the treble
(played by the right hand), respectively. You must use one finger to each tone in order to learn to use all fingers of the hand. We gradually increase
the level of the tunes by introducing more tones. In many tunes you play the same tones in both treble and bass.
Later on your left hand will accompany the
melody which is played by the right hand. You can scroll between all tunes in Hands On Piano by pressing the black keys under "Scroll".
Format your music for Hands On Piano
If you want to spread music which you have composed or arranged to users of Hands On Piano, you can provide a
MIDI-file according to the following instructions:
- The treble track to be played by the right hand shall be named "Tn".
- The bass track to be played by the left hand shall be named "Bn".
- All tracks that belong to the accompaniment shall be named "Cn".
The MIDI-file can then easily be imported to Hands On Piano by
putting the file in the folder "Import". If you want the finger numbers to work (numbers on falling keys/notes and moving hands), you need to create a text file
with the same name as the MIDI-file. The text file shall contain two rows, starting with "Tn" and "Bn", respectively. After "Tn" you write
the numbers on the right hand fingers to be used consecutively. After "Bn" you perform the same procedure for the left hand fingers.
Hands On Piano take no responsibility for music produced by others.
You can import tunes
You can import tunes to Hands On Piano, either made by yourself or by others provided through Internet. The
tunes shall be in MIDI and formatted according to the format of Hands On Piano (described to the right). To import the tune, you only have to put it
in the folder "Import".
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