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Hits Easy Piano

I don't want to mislead you there is no really easy shortcut to achieving anything in life and playing the piano is no exception.  That said, there are a lot of things you can do to make sure you get the most from your piano playing time.  Planning well-structured practice sessions is one way to ensure an improvement in your playing.  Or, you could work on your weak points to help you move forward.   

I'm sure there are some of you out there who find it difficult to learn piano music.  Especially for those of you who have piano recitals or just find it more difficult to retain information than a few years ago.  As I am writing this I am reminded of a quote from The Simpsons in which Homer complains about the new information pushing the old stuff out of his brain.  Well, you may be surprised to know this is probably not too far from the truth.  

This is true of anything you do in life and I am sure after reading this you will know just what I mean.  Think for a moment about when you try to do something you haven't done in a while...you feel rusty, right?  Of course, so does everyone.  You see, many people fail to realise that learning something once is just not enough.  The information will be forgotten or lay dormant until you use it again.  

If you are trying to learn piano fast, want to learn how to read piano music or anything else for that matter you will need to practice it regularly.  This is the key to retaining information, cramming just doesn't work that well.  Sure, you will remember it that evening and maybe the next day but by the week after, without practice the information will surely fade.

This is why when you are learning to play the piano you must use this method.  For instance, if you are learning a particular scale practice it the next day, then in a week and a month after that for as long as necessary.  It is much better to spend a short amount of time frequently than spend hours in a day practicing the same thing.  All the latter will achieve is an extremely frazzled and frustrated piano student.

Remember that it is never too late to learn.  If you consider yourself 'too old for that now' you are mistaken!  If you are have the desire and motivation you can take up anything you've always wanted to do.  Just remember this advice and you will soon be on your way to achieving those goals.   Also, when learning to play the piano, don't run before you can walk.  For example, if you are learning how to read piano music choose some easy piano music to start with, otherwise your confidence will take a hit and this will not help at all!

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