Creative Digital Tools for Teaching Piano
Palavras-chave:distance education, musical knowledge, non-standardized approach, playing technique, Soft Mozart
This research investigates creative approaches to learning the piano with digital tools. A sociological survey was used to analyse the effectiveness of the teaching approaches. The authors found that the most popular online courses were language learning (32%), programming (21%), and performing arts (including music education), which account for about 2% of all educational courses. The authors recommended new approaches to teach music such as a programme for teaching piano lessons with digital tools. The results will help researchers to develop an effective framework for teaching piano with digital technologies and improve academic performance.