Sheet music for piano is always in demand of people who want to play piano and read music. But before the essential Soft Mozart’s game called the Gentle Piano System (GPS) came to existence we used to teach with no stickers or piano guides, no interactivity and off of the paper’s sheet music.
Interactive sheet music for piano
Soft Mozart supports piano technique development and sight-reading through interactive sheet music – sheet music for piano that speaks back to you and lets you know how well you are playing and what you have to do to play better.
The program offers several Grand Staff presentations of the sheet music with different amounts of visual support. We give the students an opportunity to read sheet music that is more difficult for coordination in a representation with more visual help and the use of more simple pieces for sight-reading. Gradually our visual GPS presentations look like a sheet of music for piano on paper and when you move to play off books the transition is very mild and painless.
Our interactive sheet music for piano also has another essential feature: the ability to see how you performed in precise numbers. With scores of our interactive sheet music for piano it is easy to determine whether you are ready to move on to the next level of difficulty or not. If you struggle to achieve the perfect amount of music notes and their time number is greater than amount of notes, it means that you definitely need to stay on this level of interactive sheet music for piano and don’t rush yourself to sheet music on paper.
Reading sheet music for piano
The music software ‘Soft Mozart’ takes all the headache out of piano teaching, like burning-out and slow progress in learning to read the notes with original sheet music for piano. The kids automatically get to play songs...real songs...even before they are really reading sheet music for piano, because they receive so much aid. We recommend this for EVERY piano teacher or student, as well as schools and other educational institutions.
The same thing happens with playing with sheet music. ‘Soft Mozart’ offers several Grand Staff presentations with different amounts of visual support to learn piano with no intimidation. But students try to get to horizontal presentations as soon as possible. To learn piano in healthy balance the program gives the students more difficult for coordination pieces on presentation with more visual help and use more easy pieces for sight-reading. Last presentation of Soft Mozart looks like a sheet of music and when they move to play off books the transition is very mild and painless. With scores of program it is easy to determine, whether student ready to learn piano by moving to next level of difficulty or not. If they struggle to achieve perfect amount of music notes and their time number is greater than amount of notes, it means, that they definitely need to stay on this level.