No Notes music is so easy to understand that two absolute beginners can easily play any No Notes piece as a duet. One person plays one hand, another person plays the other: students can play pieces with parents or friends; or a group of keyboard players can divide into two. Duetting in this way makes the assimilation of essential foundation keyboard skills half as hard and twice as much fun!
When two people are duetting on one piano, players sit side-by-side. The player on the left (facing the piano) plays the right hand part. The player on the right plays the left hand part – players’ forearms cross over each other … Far easier to do than to describe as this video shows!