I personally believe that in order to reach perfection or achieve progress, one needs to practice a lot. For beginners, it can be very advantageous if they do not only practice frequently but also do it in the right way. If you practice and do things the wrong way, you would be wasting so much of your money and time. However, if you practice properly, your skills will significantly improve. You may be asking how exactly can you practice playing the piano properly? Well, this post here below will tell you the techniques in doing it.
Practice Like a Personal Trainer | Piano Blog
Have you ever wondered why it is that personal trainers usually have great physiques? Probably you haven’t, because the answer seems obvious: trainers have great physiques because they work out a lot.
But I think there’s a deeper answer: personal trainers are in great shape because they have to be. In other words, most everything in their environment is geared towards keeping them fit and trim.
Personal trainers lose clients and money if they aren’t fit, and they lose face in front of other trainers and gym-goers. On top of that, they spend most of their day in the gym – so they get constant environmental cues to work out.
What does all of this have to do with practicing the piano? Well, quite a bit I think. As piano practicers, we can mimic these factors to get better results. Following the lead of the fitness industry, there are four key elements to aid us in our piano practice: habit, environment, measurement, and accountability. See more…
This article here is actually for kids, but I think that it can be applicable to anyone who wants to practice piano playing. By the way, if you want to learn and master piano playing, you need to choose the best piano teacher in Singapore. This post is about the ways that beginners can practice away from the piano, please check this out:
3 Ways to Practice Away From The Piano: Part 2 | Teach Piano Today
Last week, I shared the first of three strategies to kick off our “Practicing Away From the Piano” Blogging Series. If you missed that first post (and the free printable too!) check it out here.
Today, in Part 2 of the series, it’s all about Mental Practice…
You’ve likely heard of the benefits of “mental practice”; not only is it an effective practice strategy, but (as you can read about in Dr. Noa Kageyama’s interview with TPT) it’s also a very effective way of preparing your students for successful performances.
If you haven’t heard of “mental practice”, it’s a simple concept. You “play” through your piece in your mind, hearing it as you would if you were actually playing it.
But for an 8 year old child, mental practice likely goes a little something like this… See more…
Practicing properly is important, and it can be a painless and fun experience. Individuals who want to progress and improve their piano playing skills should learn about the do’s and don;ts as well as the techniques in piano playing.