2
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2answers
38 views

What would be a good method to learn a new piano piece?

I am a cello player since 30 years and have played for a decade in a string quartet, taken numerous masterclasses with great teachers. I know what the methods are and what works for me when practicing ...
5
votes
5answers
601 views

What way am I supposed to practice/learn scales?

I'm currently learning scales and 4 note chords, but I'm not really sure what I'm aiming for. When practising chords, I think they're slowly being cemented into my brain, through muscle memory mainly ...
3
votes
1answer
179 views

Piano Marvel for learning piano online

I'm looking at subscribing to Piano Marvel https://www.pianomarvel.com/ to learn piano and music theory from scratch (I have very little knowledge at the moment). The main reason I want to learn is to ...
1
vote
0answers
77 views

Interactive online piano lessons [closed]

I've recently started learning piano but I have been using free online lessons (e.g. videos on youtube) and I've found that it's really not an ideal way of learning - lessons are badly organised, not ...
2
votes
4answers
147 views

Learning piano by autodidact after getting older

I often learn by reading, and I have computer science as my background. I never learn music for 23 years. Is it possible for someone who never learnt music at all at this age to learn music? I want to ...
6
votes
4answers
462 views

Top-down music learning

Most musical schools start with a bottom-up teaching eg. Czerny etudes for the dexterity and the velocity of fingers. However, teachers usually go through all the etudes before moving on towards real ...
1
vote
1answer
88 views

How good is the idea to learn something in addition to the teacher task

If it happens that you have more time and long break between piano lessons (school holidays - no piano lessons and plenty of time), how reasonable is the idea to take and learn something on the own ...
0
votes
2answers
130 views

Quick and effective ways to learn and read scores(piano)

I have no music background or whatsoever. I am interested in self-learning piano, how do I learn to read music notes?