Piano intensive course for adults-beginners. Lesson 7
The longer you are looking for a note and the corresponding piano key - the less chance you have to develop your music ear.
Avoid any lag!
1. Keep practicing all exercises using a metronome or beats of your digital piano/keyboard2. Practice the Chromatic scale with both hands
Keep practicing the Guess Key® module, write down the results and see your improvement.
H.Hiner 'Etudes for your eyes':
It is not music composition. I made the exercises as less musical as possible to avoid any memorization of the material.
These exercises will help your eyes to focus on the lines and grasp corresponding keys simultaneously.
I recommend playing these etudes on 2, 4, 5 and 6 visual modes (press 2, 4, 5 or 6 on your computer keyboard). Use of 1 and 3 may distract you from the perception of the lines.
Download and save the following file:
Play the Etudes for eyes with and without Piano Key Guides, if possible!
Album Nursery 1 - sight-read on 5 with separate and both hands.
Use S to hear the piano piece AFTER the first try.
Have only 2 tries
Write the score and see the improvement.
1. Play all the piano pieces by memory with or without computer or teaching videos
2. Practice "Ode to Joy" from "Introductory songs" by playing r,l and p and rh, lh, ph.
This piano piece is challenging for some students music memory. We suggest you to use Solfeggio (letter 'i') singing for effective memorization
Motivational video with results of our training:
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