Preparatory A (from 2+). Lesson 18
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Special Features for Learning Pieces With the Help of GENTLE PIANO
Don't be afraid to introduce your toddler to playing with both hands!
Now it is time to check all the Introductory Songs out in which there are melody and harmony. These pieces seem complicated, because they demand, from the toddler, that he plays three notes simultaneously.
However, it is not as complicated as it seems. If you start working on the right and left hands separately, and when you play harmony at the beginning use the two index fingers of both hands, the child quickly learns to play two notes at the same time and a little later he is able to confidently play the interval with one hand.
First and foremost, the purpose of learning to play a song is the development of the basic integrated skills and as soon as a child has mastered them, he is ready for music perception. Singing along with the Solfeggio notes, he is adjusting the tune more correctly, and is trying to deal with the challenges of coordination.
In some cases, the toddlers quickly work through the coordination period and are ready for solving more difficult tasks.
Here is a list of tasks, that a child can learn to negotiate with the Soft Mozart Program.
- The coordination of both hands. One must learn to continue to hold down the keys for longer notes in one hand and with the other play a different melody.
- The gradual decrease in time and the number of notes
- Playing by memory separately and with both hands.
- *Very rarely, but possible*—synchronously playing with TEACHING VIDEOS
Exercises: teach your child to play 5 fingers with BOTH hands!
Introductory Songs Level 0: French Song. Practice Right, Left and both hands *optional for your child*
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