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There's a Piano piece by Steve Reich called piano phase, in which the same motesnotes are played on 2 pianos  (usually by different people), but over time, they shift out of phase with each other.

Here's a video of it being done by one guy on youtube:

I imagine it's extremely difficult, but how would you go about learning to play out of phase in such a way?

There's a Piano piece by Steve Reich called piano phase, in which the same motes are played on 2 pianos(usually by different people), but over time, they shift out of phase with each other.

Here's a video of it being done by one guy on youtube:

I imagine it's extremely difficult, but how would you go about learning to play out of phase in such a way?

There's a Piano piece by Steve Reich called piano phase, in which the same notes are played on 2 pianos  (usually by different people), but over time, they shift out of phase with each other.

Here's a video of it being done by one guy on youtube:

I imagine it's extremely difficult, but how would you go about learning to play out of phase in such a way?

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How to learn to play 'out of phase' with yourself?

There's a Piano piece by Steve Reich called piano phase, in which the same motes are played on 2 pianos(usually by different people), but over time, they shift out of phase with each other.

Here's a video of it being done by one guy on youtube:

I imagine it's extremely difficult, but how would you go about learning to play out of phase in such a way?