These are the same note names that we use when we played the right hand. And we still have the same kind of rest quarters. So this should be really easy. I'll show you one time and then I want you to join me. So watch me first. C, D, E, F, G, F, A, C, E, G, E, G, quarter rest, C, quarter rest.
Let's do it together, and I'll go a little bit slower this time. 1234 C, D, E, and G. F, E, D, C, E. g, a G, quarter arrest, C quarter arrest. You might be wondering, do I have to say that note names every time I learned a song? No, of course not. But remember, we're just learning. And I want you to learn as quickly as possible.
So I'm incorporating multi sensory approach to learning. So we're not just reading, we're not just listening. And we're not just watching, but we're also saying what we're doing that makes a huge difference. So it's your turn. When you play make sure that you're saying the note names and the rest names out loud. Some people who have studied music are pretty comfortable playing And reading the right hand notes.
But when it comes to the left hand, they get a little bit scared. That's probably because their teacher didn't teach them the left hand early enough. That's not going to be the case with you in this course, everything that we learn with the right hand, will almost immediately also learn with the left hand pianos have to be equally comfortable playing and reading both hands, and I make sure that all my students are well prepared to do that. See you in the next lesson.