Regular practice is the key to success!

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Subject: Maths » A-level Maths
Last updated: 10/10/2017
Tags: classical piano, learn to play piano, learn to play the piano, piano, piano practice

Whatever your level, if you want to improve your piano playing, regular practice will allow you to progress. At a beginner's level, a daily practice of 15 to 20 minutes is a good start.

Start with a few exercises like scales, arpeggios or studies to warm up your fingers and then you can practice your pieces. Focus on a few bars at a time, especially the difficult ones.

Practice shouldn't be a chore. Set a regular time for your daily practice and it will become part of your daily life. And you will soon look forward to this regular meeting with your piano!


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