lesson. Sunday , June 03rd , 2018 - 16:25:54 PM
The point to this is that there are many things to consider when you are deciding what and how to sell to your target market. You do have to consider the pound of flesh it takes out of you, the costs you have in obtaining the product, and, of course, what you believe your market will want.
1. Most piano beginner books are aimed at children. There seems to be a belief in the piano lesson publishing industry that its only children that learn the piano from scratch. This is plainly not the case as there are thousands and thousands of people who have always dreamed of playing piano but who never had the chance to learn when they were children. I know because Im one of them. Years ago, when I was a kid, I didnt know anyone who played the piano or who even had a piano in their front room. This was always the norm in middle-class Victorian families but not, alas, among the working classes. So very few of us had the opportunity of learning the piano at that time. Nowadays, children do have that opportunity and so today, if you pick up any of the majority of beginner piano books, youll find that its littered with little elves and pixies, the tunes will be mindlessly dull and the net effect will be to turn you away from what youre trying to achieve. Thats not to say that there arent any beginner piano books targeted at adults, but they are not easy to find. And they still suffer from one major problem. Which brings me to my next point:
Realizing that many of us do not have that expendable income in our budgets there are other alternatives. Many schools, local libraries and even some community centers offer tutorial help at much lower prices and some even offer it for free. These are well worth checking out. Granted it will take you some time and effort, but budget wise it will be a smart thing to do. Keep in mind that just because it is offered at a reduced rate does not mean the help will not be first rate.
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