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Video highlights:
00:14. Introduction. An Overview of the multi-episode project 'How to Practice Piano Scales - The Art Behind the Exercise'.
02:15. WHY We Need to Practice Scales: Improving four fundamental aspects of your pianistic skill-set.
02:40. Analyzing the technical benefits of scale practice.
02:58. Scales are the perfect piano warm-up!
03:30. Scales will help you to develop the most important elements of piano technique (demonstration).
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Video highlights:
00:14. Introduction. An Overview of the multi-episode project 'How to Practice Piano Scales - The Art Behind the Exercise'.
02:15. WHY We Need to Practice Scales: Improving four fundamental aspects of your pianistic skill-set.
02:40. Analyzing the technical benefits of scale practice.
02:58. Scales are the perfect piano warm-up!
03:30. Scales will help you to develop the most important elements of piano technique (demonstration).
04:50. Scales - an encyclopedia of technical patterns and fingering formulas (examples from classical and romantic music).
08:54. We all learn by doing: Improving your theoretical understanding of modes and tonalities by practicing scales.
10:42. The expressive benefits of practicing scales.
11:47. Make sure that your scale practice is not missing one magical ingredient: QUALITY!
12:33. The MEGA-benefit of scale practice: mental training!
13:16. Conclusion.
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Would you like to play Chopin's pieces?As reference, here is a list of Chopin's pieces recommended for different levels. 😎
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Would you like to play Chopin's pieces?As reference, here is a list of Chopin's pieces recommended for different levels. 😎
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The ultimate test how well you know the music is if you would be able to play it mentally away from the piano. You may need to move your fingers in order to get through the piece at first. It is a advisable to have the score next to you so you can refer to it when you are unclear about what is written. Practice this way until you can play through the entire piece away from the piano hearing all the parts and imagining all the finger and hand movements.
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The ultimate test how well you know the music is if you would be able to play it mentally away from the piano. You may need to move your fingers in order to get through the piece at first. It is a advisable to have the score next to you so you can refer to it when you are unclear about what is written. Practice this way until you can play through the entire piece away from the piano hearing all the parts and imagining all the finger and hand movements.
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Pianists should practice between 30 minutes to 4 hours per day. Beginners will benefit most from shorter practice sessions while advanced pianists will be more accustomed to longer days.
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Pianists should practice between 30 minutes to 4 hours per day. Beginners will benefit most from shorter practice sessions while advanced pianists will be more accustomed to longer days.
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Here's the tracklist. Which one is your favorite?
00:01 Chopin - Nocturne in E Flat Major (Op. 9 No. 2)
00:57 Yiruma - River Flows In You
01:55 Debussy - Clair de Lune
03:45 Yann Tiersen - Comptine d'un autre été (Amélie)
04:51 Chopin - Nocturne in C Sharp Minor (No. 20)
06:10 Yiruma - Kiss The Rain
07:43 Ludovico Einaudi - Nuvole Bianche
08:23 Liszt - Liebestraum No. 3 (Love Dream)
09:48 Debussy - Rêverie
10:42 Beethoven -... See More

Here's the tracklist. Which one is your favorite?
00:01 Chopin - Nocturne in E Flat Major (Op. 9 No. 2)
00:57 Yiruma - River Flows In You
01:55 Debussy - Clair de Lune
03:45 Yann Tiersen - Comptine d'un autre été (Amélie)
04:51 Chopin - Nocturne in C Sharp Minor (No. 20)
06:10 Yiruma - Kiss The Rain
07:43 Ludovico Einaudi - Nuvole Bianche
08:23 Liszt - Liebestraum No. 3 (Love Dream)
09:48 Debussy - Rêverie
10:42 Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata (1st Movement)
11:53 Yann Tiersen - La Valse d'Amélie
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Have you learned all listed below? 😎
Ave Maria – Schubert
Ode to Joy – Beethoven
Prelude in e minor Chopin
Canon in D
Prelude in C Major Bach
The Blue Danube – Johann Strauss
Arabesque – Burgmuller
Figaro’s Air – Mozart
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Have you learned all listed below? 😎
Ave Maria – Schubert
Ode to Joy – Beethoven
Prelude in e minor Chopin
Canon in D
Prelude in C Major Bach
The Blue Danube – Johann Strauss
Arabesque – Burgmuller
Figaro’s Air – Mozart
#Famous #Classics #Student #Repertoire

Unlike pieces by Liszt, there are some pieces by Chopin that are manageable for students who don't have a prodigy skill level. Whether it be a waltz, nocturne or polonaise; pieces by Chopin are commonly known as very difficult, but there are a few that are easier. I recommend you learn some Chopin pieces if you haven’t already since they can really bring your music abilities to the next level.
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Unlike pieces by Liszt, there are some pieces by Chopin that are manageable for students who don't have a prodigy skill level. Whether it be a waltz, nocturne or polonaise; pieces by Chopin are commonly known as very difficult, but there are a few that are easier. I recommend you learn some Chopin pieces if you haven’t already since they can really bring your music abilities to the next level.
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10 Things serious pianist should do every day:
1. Listen and study scores [1:59]
2. Sight-reading at least 20 min. a day [4:29]
3. Read about music (biographies of composers, music history books, etc.) [5:32]
4. Go to live concerts, listen to professional performances of all instruments, not just piano [6:17]
5. Record and critique yourself [7:15]
6. Guard your practice time (plan your time, write the schedule). Remember the idea that you start getting... See More

10 Things serious pianist should do every day:
1. Listen and study scores [1:59]
2. Sight-reading at least 20 min. a day [4:29]
3. Read about music (biographies of composers, music history books, etc.) [5:32]
4. Go to live concerts, listen to professional performances of all instruments, not just piano [6:17]
5. Record and critique yourself [7:15]
6. Guard your practice time (plan your time, write the schedule). Remember the idea that you start getting good at something after 10 000 hours of practice [8:06]
7. Scales and arpeggios!!! All keys should be equally comfortable for you [9:16]
8. Improvise and compose [10:52]
9. Go straight at your weaknesses in music [11:46]
10. Discuss music with other musicians [12:37]
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Music and science: one and the same?
Concert pianist Jocelyn Swigger illustrates the behind-the-scenes process of memorizing at the piano, revealing surprising parallels between practicing music and science.
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Music and science: one and the same?
Concert pianist Jocelyn Swigger illustrates the behind-the-scenes process of memorizing at the piano, revealing surprising parallels between practicing music and science.
#Practice #Memorise #Student #Science

Perfect Pitch = 绝对音感
Relative Pitch = 相对音感
Does it really affect your music learning journey?
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Perfect Pitch = 绝对音感
Relative Pitch = 相对音感
Does it really affect your music learning journey?
#perfectpitch #Student #learning