<A> is a group of 2 black keys.
<B> is a group of 3 black keys.
Once you recognize the black keys, you can name all the white keys.
The C note is the name given to the white key to the left of 2 black notes.
The F note is the name given to the white key to the left of 3 black notes.
Middle C is the C located in the middle of a piano, C*.
The left side of the middle C is the lower end of the piano, commonly played by the left hand. It is also called the bass clef area.
The right side of the piano (to the right of middle C), usually played by the right hand, is the higher end. It is also called the treble clef area.
Now that you understand the layout of a piano, you're ready to take our next few piano lessons for beginners!
We recommend the following piano course: