Piano music is soft and soothing. Often it is considered classical, for the serious and intellectual, because of its more formal tone and style. Thanks to mainstream pop music, piano music has gotten with the times and is now more hip and modern. Whether learning to play classical or modern piano music, the beginner pianist has a lot of techniques to learn and a lot of time to devote to practice. The new piano player will need to learn to play the notes on the keyboard that he will have to play. He has to acquire the basics of fingering that will teach him which fingers to use on which notes until he can play without looking at his fingers. He will need to learn to play piano pieces one hand at a time, separately, until he finds it easy to play with both hands. When he has mastered playing with both hands on the keys, he will have to learn to use the foot pedals up to such time he can coordinate his hands and feet together to play correctly. With all that to learn, the beginner pianist has to set aside a lengthy amount of time for practice sessions. He will need to study, apply, rehearse and go through each piece over and over again until he has put his music to memory and he can play by heart. To become highly skilled at playing the piano involves a great deal of passion and persistent determination. You can learn all the basic piano lessons in this book to help you become the expert pianist you dream to be.
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Book Description CreateSpace, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 84 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.19 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1461097819