Beginner's Guide to Playing the Piano Professionally Level Two by Elvine Robert

Tips & Guide to Enhance Your Piano Playing Skill

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Beginner's guide to playing the piano professionally level two

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Genre: MUSIC / Musical Instruments / Piano & Keyboard

Secondary Genre: MUSIC / Instruction & Study / Theory

Language: English

Keywords: Learn to play the piano, how to sight read piano music , how to play the piano for beginners, how to play the keyboard for beginners, piano books for adult beginners, basic music theory for piano, how to play piano for adult beginners

Word Count: 11260

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Chapter One

Before we can go a step further into playing the piano, I thought it helpful and relevant to give you a quick insight on sheet music or sight reading. Since sheet music wasn’t so much fun for me, I will do the best I possibly can to make sure it’s as fun as it can be for you.

If you’re already familiar with the concept of sheet music, please skip this chapter.

Sheet Music; What Comes to Mind?

For someone who plays the piano but has no idea on sight-reading or sheet music, sheet music to him can be related with an English man seeing a Greek written book for the first time and attempting to understand it. Sheet music is about being able to translate musical notes on paper to the real notes on the piano or any other musical instrument.

Is Sight Reading Important?

Not being able to sight-read doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to play the piano in a way that would amaze listeners, but this also doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t learn it either; what have you to lose?

One of the ways I find sight-reading important is that you get to play songs that you’ve never heard of the exact way it was played. Also, have you ever tried to learn something new on the internet; about playing your favourite instrument and all you’re faced with are tons and tons of sheet music? Really frustrating, isn’t it? Learning to sight-read makes the whole learning process complete when learning to play the piano.

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