Tips For the Beginners of Piano Lessons
1. Always have a break. Without a doubt, you definitely don’t want to make your piano practicing become a chore, though at times it will feel that it will. Learning on how to play the piano or any forms of musical instrument will take a lot of persistence as well as dedication and practicing can at times become maddening and vexing when things don’t go the way you want it to be. And if you are somewhat trounced or beaten, then make sure to do other things for a number of hours or day. Taking a couple of hours or days of break is helpful in relieve the frustration and stress you are feeling and this will make you feel more refreshed as well as confident during your next practice session.
2. Play the music that you love. Keep in mind that in order for you to improve, you need to practice on a regular basis. On the other hand, the main reason why you don’t feel motivated to play the instrument is because you don’t love the music you are playing. And if you don’t love what you play, then it is most likely that you don’t want to stick with it. By way of adding a number of your favorite tunes to your daily routine of piano practice, you will be more than excited to play the musical instrument. And even if the tunes are not that challenging to play, it is always advantageous to get your fingers on the keys, as a result, you will have more fun yourself.
3. Work the scales. The scales are beneficial in establishing your knowledge about the 12 key signatures. And when you play the scales as a part of your regular piano practice, then you will be able to easily identify which notes are flat or sharp in every key and your hands will be more familiar with the piano keys as well. Be certain to take your time on learning the scales, don’t be anxious on learning and playing all the scales right away perfectly. In order to build accuracy, it is a great idea that you begin slowly and progressively increase your speed as we take the next tip.
4. Take it slow. It is highly recommended that you start out with a slow tempo when you are going to learn new pieces of music and scales. First of all, you will want to learn music instantly, with the right rhythms and notes. If you will haste with music, you will end up skipping notes as well as missing rhythms, and it will be more difficult for you to come back later since you are already engrained to your mistakes.