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Useful Piano Lessons

One of the first things is always to keep things simple. If you can take a complicated lesson and break it down, you are making the process of learning it more effective. Most of the time, we tend to try and tackle everything at once and to be as perfect as possible. While aiming for perfection is an admirable thing, it tends to happen in steps while we learn and refine our talent. Make things simple when starting out!

When it comes to playing the piano with both hands, it could feel overwhelming initially. Keep it simple, don’t forget. If necessary, just play the same tune with your left hand and focus on your right. When we get more comfortable with this, we will notice more opportunities to expand upon it.

Think about it as we would a video game. These are usually played using a controller with both hands. Since it is typically a fun activity, it keeps us playing for periods of time. By doing this, we get used to using both hands to play the game. In time it will arrive at a point where you know exactly what you desire to do, and you are capable of accomplishing it without having to even think about which buttons you need to press. It is not too much different from the piano. This then brings us directly to the next point.

The next time you think “teach me piano” after hearing an amazing piano player, replace that thought with “practice”. We create good habits by practicing frequently or when we are able to. The habits we create are what will guide us subconsciously while playing. This will be noticed when you are able to play a good piece of music on the piano while holding a conversation with someone at the same time. For it to become part of your subconscious process, enough practice is necessary for it to sink in.