First thing to learn. Piano is the anatomy (parts) of it
Just like the human body with various parts, so also.
1. Keyboar🙄 this is where we see the WHITE and BLACK keys and press on them to produce sound.
The WHITE KEYS are called NATURAL KEYS while the BLACK KEYS a re called ACCIDENTAL KEYS
There are 12 keys in music. The keys are identified using the letters of the English Alphabet.
All the natural keys are letter A to G.
Your piano behind at kry C. The following white key to the right is D, next is E, F G A B C D.....
That's the order all the white keys follow.
The blacks keys can have 2 names.. they can either be called a sharp (#) or a flat(b) of the white key before or after it respectively.
So all the 12 keys we have in music is in this order
A# or Bb
C# or Db
D# or Eb
F# or Gb
G# or About
After G# or An, the keys repeat themselves all over again, throughout the length of the piano. So we can say that a piano has 12 keys repeating themselves.
2. The Power button: This is used to switch on the piano, after the Adaptor or a battery supply has been put (i.e for pianos that use battery)
3. Adaptor: A device that connects to an electric supply (socket) and is connected to the piano. Without an Adaptor the piano won't on, except you are using battery.
3. Function keys: I call them this because they do alot of funtions. There's volume, change of voice, style and songs
4. Number keys: helped us to select whatever we want
5. Screen: Not all pianos have screen, the screen is an avenue to see what's happening on the piano, on the screen you can see what voice you are using by just looking at it, you can know the staff Notation and many other things that seeing helps us to do
**Don't be a good student and a bad teacher.**