Posted on28 December 2010. Tags: dedication, how to play the piano
I am really wanting to learn how to play the piano – is it possible with the right dedication to self teach this instrument?
If you get the right book I do believe you can teach yourself. There are some tricks to help remember the keys
Yes, but it is much better and easier to get someone to teach you, because you can learn bad habits or not learn most of what you want or need to know if you teach yourself, it can also be confusing not having anyone to help you if you have questions. However, it is much cheaper. I found myself to be less frustrated and much more motivated when I had a teacher, than whan I taught myself.
Sure, most of the elctronic keyboards that are out have built itn learning systems…just don’t buy one of those light up ones.
yea, youre just going to have to dedicate alot of your time to it.
And you need to get some resorces
Yes, most classical sheet music shows fingering postions.
You learn by getting a BACH simple book, one he used for his own kids and follow the fingering.
Yes it is, my parents sent me to a music teacher when they saw I could play a tune on my keyboard, I could never get the hang of reading music though (still cant) but there are self-teaching books you can buy from music shops.
I have always "played by ear" a term which i guess means I just listened to what i was playing and if it didnt sound right I kept practising it til it did.
i guess but u need 2 hav resources 2 use
if u go 2 a music 2 there r tons of books and music that could help u w/ ur fingering once u get started
good luck =P
I taught myself and I have 22yrs in the past as a church orgainst and was able earn a scholarship in music.
Yes, of course. Take a shot!
I’ve taught myself Piano. It’s not that hard.. It’s easier if you know other instraments though.
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