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It depends to a large extent on what you're aiming to achieve as a pianist. If your aim is to become a good classical music player, the ability to sight read to a high standard is pretty vital; less so if you're just aiming to attain enough technical proficiency to enable you to jam, improvise and "sit in" with other musicians. In the latter case, my ...


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Since you've only been playing for six months, I'm going to guess that the pieces you're learning are not especially long so if that's the case, I'd proceed as follows; Step 1: Before you even play a note, read the piece through. Try to hear it in your head. Even if you're not able to hear the pitches very accurately, you'll still be giving yourself a ...


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