Why are classical songs performance only?

Generally for our classical lessons we only host performances. This way we can aim for quantity since there are so many incredible pieces to learn, and also because sadly, the demand is lower than for the rest of our catalog.

We encourage students to dissect the piece using the looping and speed controls built into our video player. Considering the difficulty of many of these arrangements we didn't feel that our tutorial format could really do these classical pieces justice.

That being said, for some of the most popular classical pieces such as Moonlight Sonata, Für Elise and Chopin's Prelude in E Minor we do have complete tutorials. We also have Tips and Tricks videos available for Mozart's Turkish March, Chopin's B Minor Prelude, Beethoven's Eccosaise in G Major, and Bach's Prelude in C Major.

We hope this isn't too much of a bummer for you. We'd welcome any and all feedback on the topic.

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