Lesson Run Time: 52 minutes / Release Date: 11/14/2014
In this fun, up-tempo classical piece, you will learn a practice process that focuses on three areas of primary concern: learning the correct notes, learning the correct rhythms, and using the proper fingering. This practice process is meant to train you to work through such pieces in a very efficient, organized, and methodical manner and can be applied to any piece of music you are studying. We will place significant importance on learning hands separately before playing hands together, and work through the music in small pieces that are later merged to create larger phrases. In a separate chapter, you will learn all of the various “musicality details” that breathe life into the music.
Other Chapters in this Piano Lesson:
Surveying the tune
M 1-4 Hands separately
M 1-4 Hands together
M 5-8 Hands separately
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