Lesson Run Time: 56 minutes / Release Date: 09/26/2014
Classical music introduces students to some of the greatest composers of all-time, such as Mozart, Bach, and Beethoven. In addition to providing some of the most memorable melodies and piano repertoire, classical music is tremendously helpful and essential to developing proper technique and hand independence. In this lesson, you will learn a beautiful Minuet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and uses a very specific practice process. This process focuses on three areas of importance: reading the correct notes, playing the correct rhythms (and practicing with a metronome), and the importance of using the correct fingering.
Other Chapters in this Piano Lesson:
Surveying the tune
M 1-4 Hands separately
M 1-4 Hands together
M 5-8 Hands separately
M 5-8 Hands together
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