15th February 2018 David Magyel

Beginner Plan (6. Month)

Welcome to your 6. month beginner curriculum! If you are still working on something from the 5. month practice plan, don’t worry, don’t rush, take as much time as you need with those lessons. In the other hand, I encourage you to check out the new lessons even if you are not entirely done with the previous exercises and etudes.  The only reason you should put the new lessons on hold if you feel that they are too complicated.


Core Lessons

I. Sight Reading and Coordination Exercises
(Lesson 65 – 73)

II. Theory/Basics

III. Contemporary Etudes


If you were following only the first part of each absolute beginners plans, now it is the time to add the rest. Even if you consider yourself an average beginner player, you are ready now to practice all the Additional Exercises for Motivated Beginners. 


I. Rhythm Workout & Improvisation

II. Chords

Major Triads Workout

Minor Triads Workout

Chords with Extensions Workout

III. Arpeggios

IV. Making Music with the Core Lessons


It will obviously take more than one month to complete the whole Absolute Beginner Practice Plan, so just take your time with it. Once you are done, you have two ways to go:

  1. Start on the Experienced Beginner Practice plans
  2. Leave this membership behind and start with the Monthly Intermediate Membership

If you don’t want to lose you access to this beginner membership, I recommend you to upgrade to the 6 months or 1-year membership.


Fun Fact

Did you realize that you already learned to have control over 132 Chords?