The correct piano technique
Do you want to learn the correct position and setting of the hands to play the piano?
Today we are beginning a series of videolessons during which I will try to help you learn the correct piano technique which will allow you to play songs of various degrees of difficulty.
Let’s develop the correct position of the hands from the beginning
Thanks to the routines and exercises I will show you during the course, you’ll be able to learn to keep your hands on the keyboard but most importantly you will not risk learning and developing an incorrect position which would be difficult to correct later on in your studies.
First off you will see and realize that playing the piano does not mean “pushing” the keys, by exerting a muscular force.
That’s because to lower the keys you will only be using the weight of your arms.
You will see how in the correct piano technique the muscles at work are a very small number.
For the time being, I don’t want to give too many spoilers … you’ll find everything in the videos on this page!
Learning material of this lesson
|8 videos||33 mins|
|1. Why learn the correct technique on a table||1m 51s|
|2. The correct hand position pt. 1||5m 46s|
|3. The correct hand position pt. 2||4m 53s|
|4. Which part of the fingers must be used||2m 51s|
|5. The position of the hands from different video shots||3m 44s|
|6. The 1st preparatory exercise||4m 29s||7. The 2nd preparatory exercise||5m 41s|