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I very much recommend a good teacher. It's worth the search to find one. Lessons each week or two can really pay off. I also recommend book 1 of Alfred's Piano Method, until you find one, as you are obviously keen to get started. And listen to good piano players lots as well.


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Get someone to show you the basic techniques - hand (arm, body) position, independent finger movement, effecient fingerings for a run, a chord... If you really have no alternative, get this from video instruction. But it's easy to misunderstand. Then decide what music you want to play. When we know, we can suggest a strategy. If you're aiming to ...


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I wish to be a fast learner. Why? you will have the time of your life. I've not gotten myself a tutor. This can depend of the money or the place where one lives. To start a music career as pianist it is important to have a piano teacher! But learning piano just for a hobby today this is possible with all the information you can get from the web, wiki, ...


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Always a difficult one. Some people need a structured approach, learning with music, and being told what to do by what the music says. Others will be better served by 'messing about' with the black and white bits (keys, which is confusing!) until they make p some music of their own and find which notes go with which others. Learning music is in two parts at ...


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