Home » Lessons, News, Piano

Welcome to The Piano Encyclopedia!

One Comment

Hi there!

Welcome! My name is Rod and in the name of our team I want to introduce you to our new fresh creation:

The Piano Encyclopedia the first practical encyclopedia for keyboard playing, composing, and improvising in the world.

More than 350 pages of unique content and more than 300 original full-color illustrations of piano keyboards, showing how to play scales, chords, intervals, as well as how to harmonize scales on the piano.

Learn about our Mission

Our mission is to help music and piano learning become an easier task revealing practical techniques that are not usually taught and can help you improve your playing and composing skills through a deep understanding of how music really works.

We concentrate on your needs

  • You want to learn piano without having to spend years practicing?
  • Tired of playing everybody else’s songs and not being able to compose one note yourself?
  • Tired of not knowing how to play this or that chord that always appears in your favorite songs?
  • Wouldn’t you like to print in a booklet-form all your most used chords and have an easy way to study and memorize them?
  • Tired of not understanding music behind scores?!
  • Every teacher tries to teach you scales but yet any can’t tell you what they are used for?! Get answers, get power!
  • Learn how to use scales for improvising and composing, or even learn how to predict what chord comes next in your favorite songs!
  • You want results and you want them fast?!
  • Your piano chord, interval, and scale, questions will be answered forever!
  • You get a chord dictionary with all the existent chords used in piano playing: Jazz, Blues, classical, chords from every style.
  • You get a scale dictionary with all the existent scales on the piano, all ordered by their use: common scales, major and minor mode scales, jazz scales, arabic scales, blue scales, and even rare scales.
  • You get an interval dictionary with all the used intervals on the piano: common intervals, extended intervals (9th, 11ths, 13ths), and all types of alterations explained, so that you understand graphically how chords and scales are made up from!
  • You get a Harmony dictionary that explains what chords you should play in each given scale! You get the harmonies for all the most used scales: the common scales and all 35 modal minor and major scales.
  • More than 40 scales with examples of how they should be harmonized so that you can begin composing and improvising on any scale you want!
  • You get a chord dictionary, a scale dictionary, an intervals dictionary, and a harmony dictionary all in one in this great encyclopedia!
  • And if this is not enough: you get also samples of chord progressions and instructions on how to create them, as well as additional music theory!
  • I am sure you still want more: so we have also prepared special lessons designed special for this encyclopedia so that you can use all this material more wisely and structure you own piano lessons and enlighten your path to becoming beter at piano playing, composing, and improvising!
  • The Piano Encyclopedia will provide you with tools to maximize your learning capabilities and make important progress achivements, in much more reduced times!


Check often!

The final version is not ready yet but we are working on it to provide you with the best content to create the first practical encylopedia for piano playing, composing, and improvising in the world. 🙂

Make sure to check back often for updates and our release date!

Leave your comments and also request new features!

Cheers and hope to see you back soon!,


P.S: We’ll be releasing a FREE dictionary! Vote in the poll on the right panel so that we can decide if to release a FREE chord, scale, intervals, or harmony dictionary!!! Be heard! We listen to YOU!

One Response to Welcome to The Piano Encyclopedia!

  1. Rod says:

    All your comments and suggestions are welcome!. Be heard! We listen to YOU! We want to develop great creations just for you, so we need your comments and your feedback.
    Cheers and thanks for visiting our blog!

    Like or Dislike: Thumb up 1 Thumb down 0

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *