Sunday, 29 July 2012
To learn playing piano starts with the basic fundamentals of music comprising of notes, chords, scales, , intervals and modes. This is be achieved by developing the eyes and ears to identify musical patterns, the brain to interpret the sensory information, which then guides the fingers to play the right keys on the piano.Learning to play piano is akin to public speaking. You are nervous until you develop a level of confidence. Learning to play piano is about mastering the skills to press the right keys to achieved the sound you want. It is equally vital to read music and play it, to hear the music and play it (play by ear), to improvise (produce new music on the keys), to memorize (play from memory), and also, to be able to compose and transpose (play the same passage in another key).
Learning To Play Piano is a long-term attempt which teaches you the skill of practice and perseverance. If this is applied, you will get enjoyment and satisfaction from seeing your efforts turn into achievements. Learning to play piano is the best introduction to music your child could have, as all skills learned can be applied to any instrument.
It's important to understand that it will not matter what you do to learn piano, if you do not apply yourself to learning, or devote some time each day to practicing, you will never become really good at playing the piano.
Practice requires a recurring time commitment, and is very important, even if it may not hold the same excitement that it did in the beginning. You will need to renew your commitment to improving your playing, set long term goals that you can look forward to reaching as your playing gets better,and find piano music that really interests you to play so that you can recapture some of that interest in your dedication to practicing what you have learned.
Learning to play piano is more than just playing the notes. There can be no better way to begin tospeak the "language of music", as opposed simply to knowing the vocabulary, than to immerse yourself in it, also learning to play piano will improve upon a young child's coordination skills.Unlike many other instruments, the piano requires both hands to independently maneuver the keys.
Learning to play piano can be achieved by anyone that is willing to try it. Like any other skill, piano playing requires patience, practice and the ability to have fun. Happly learning!