Sing 'n' Play

MusArt Education simplifies the learning curve of piano playing. Imagine being able to play the piano without EVER having a lesson or without EVER learning how to read a note of music.

How it works

1. Find a song you wish to play and sing it the way you would like to hear it played.
2. The hand position chart on the top right of the page shows you EXACTLY where to
   place your hands.
3. Now you're ready to play.

hands on keyboard

With the song in front of you and your fingers in position, you are ready to play your Christmas song. Happy singing! Happy playing! See below to watch a video of Sing 'n' Play in action.

entire song

Let's use the popular Christmas song "Good King Wenceslas" to show you how easy and effective the Sing 'n' Play method is. Here is the song as it appears in the Sing 'n' Play Christmas book.
Good King Wenceslas last looked out,
On the Feast of Stephen.
When the snow lay ‘round about,
Deep and Crisp and even.
Brightly shone the moon that night,
Though the frost was cruel.
When a poor man came in sight,
Gath’ring winter fuel.


Here are the lyrics as written by Engligh hymnist and preacher John Mason Neale. The tune is much older. It's from a 13th century spring time piece called "Tempest Adest Floridum". However you know the song and choose to sing it is up to you. Sing away.


 Take a moment to acquaint yourself with the finger numbers of each hand. Notice the hand position chart at the top right. This shows you where on the keyboard to place your fingers.
   Your thumbs will share a white key (Middle C). Place the rest of your fingers on the notes on the keyboard