Studying the most difficult points
When people start learning the piano, they often try to do it from start to finish with the result that they contine to make the same mistakes. In this way, they never really learn to play that piece and lose a lot of time.
Why is this?
For a very simple reason. Learning to play a piece on the piano does not mean to play it hundreds of time from start to finish, wasting precious time.
To learn to play a piece, it is usually enough to identify the most difficult points and study them more in depth. Therefore today I will show you exactly how to study those difficult points.
With time, you will see that just like me you will be able to spot these points and study them in a more correct way.
In this way you will rapidly learn to play the pieces you want including the more difficult ones.
Learning material of this lesson
|5 videos||30 mins|
|1. Learn to play the first row hands together 1||5m 11s|
|2. Learn to play the first row hands together 2||6m 09s|
|3. How to study the second row||9m 36s|
|4. We get to the last row||5m 47s|
|5. A general rule to link the various rows of a piece||3m 20s|
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