Playing one thing and singing another, whether melodically or rhythmically different was such a challenge while I was learning piano! My only approach was to learn the piano piece so well that I didn’t have to spare it a thought, allowing me to focus all my attention on trying to sing properly. But there are other ways to improve at accompanying yourself singing…
Everyone knows they need to practice in order to improve their piano-playing ability, but a vast majority of piano students don’t quite know what to do, for how long they need to do it, and exactly what good it does!
In this post you’ll discover the science behind practice: how our brain responds to ‘quality repetition’ and how you can get the most out of your time.
Getting an acoustic piano from one place to another is something better left to the professionals. This is why, if you are purchasing a piano from a store or dealer and they offer a delivery option, you should take that option. But for you brave ones determined to DIY, or if you are buying a piano from somewhere other than a piano dealership, this blog will show you what to expect.
The easy decision to make is the one to get yourself a piano. It’s kind of hard to learn without it, right? The difficult decision is which type of piano to get and after that, which brand? Then after that, which model? It can seem like a complicated test you have to pass to enter the piano world, but you need not feel confused any longer. This guide will make it crystal clear.