hello to all my friends here in ljp:
from 11 years ago i have learned a lot reading and writing for ljp threads, and forums.  
thanks to scot ranney because he gave to me 3 classrooms albetanís area, latin corner and jazz en espaŮol.  
here i have won a great experience in teaching music on line.  
thru my scripts here, i was also invited to contribute in other musical sites in spanish.  
learnjazzpiano.com has been my great school of jazz and of teaching music on line.
on last month my son mauricio made a web site for me, as my own classroom around the world in english and in spanish.
iím inviting all of you to visit:

this is a special site for beginners. everything is very easy.
a beginner can learn to play piano at sight in few weeks, or few months, according to his musical talent and his dedication to study.  
there are also advanced lessons, and free sheet music of my own transcriptions and arrangements about classical and latin music, and some anthems and hymns.
good luck, and please enjoy it.
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i first saw alberto's site a couple of months ago. it's very nicely laid out, and you get to watch videos of him demonstrating stuff.

very cool, you guys should check it out!
thanks jeff for your kind promotion of my site. you saw it in our first steps of its construction in spanish, and i have received your congrats then by facebook.
thanks a lot,
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