Let’s play the whole piece
Today we will conclude this cycle of lessons in which you played a new piece.
We will focus on a detailed study of the most difficult passages and most importantly we will see the secrets of ‘changing row’.
We are now ready to introduce all the most difficult signs on the sheet music which contribute to make our piece even more musical.
We will see how to perform all the new signs which we analized in the first part of this first cycle of lessons (rall, fermata).
Now you are able to play a new piece which is more difficult than the first one
Most of all, if you want to play a new piece on your own, in which you find quavers and accidentals in key signature, you will know what to do.
You might not realize it but you are progressively learning to play the piano!
Learning material of this lesson
|1. The first difficulty of passage of row
|2. The second difficulty of passage of row
|3. We tie the second and third row
|4. Another suggestion for the last change of row
|5. We play the whole piece
|6. Some advice when studying any piano piece
|7. We add expression symbols and dynamics
|8. How to interpret new ‘tempo’ symbols and how to play them
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