Perfection or Diversity in Musical Learning?
Picture a cosy living room, resonating with the sound of a piano, where each note tells a story. In this setting, children are the stars, and their performances on the piano become a showcase of their musical journeys. It's a scene that reveals not just their skills but also hints at their happiness and fulfillment in learning music. This brings us to an intriguing debate in the realm of music education: Is it more beneficial to excel at playing one piece at 90% perfection or to have a broader ability at 40%?