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The Piano Player Newsletter Issue #75,Turbo Boost Your Piano Practice
February 07, 2023
Tips & Tools for Piano Players
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The Piano Player Newsletter
"The Piano Player" Issue #75, February 2023
Turbo Boost Your Piano PracticeHello,
Welcome to our latest newsletter, which focuses on tips and tricks to get better results from your piano practice, memorization, and performance.
I know that life can be busy, and finding time to practice can be a struggle. But don't worry! Here is a solution that will make your practice sessions more effective and efficient. Introducing the Piano Practice Chart, created just for adults like you.
And, for sure, performing in front of others can be nerve-wracking. That's why I've included tips on how to memorize your repertoire as well as tips and tricks on how to overcome stage fright. These 10 tips will help you manage performance anxiety and feel more confident when performing in front of others.
I genuinely believe that you can achieve your piano-playing goals with the right tools and techniques. Let's turbo-boast your piano practice and take your playing to the next level!
Piano Practice Chart For AdultsAre you ready to take your piano playing to the next level?
Well, you've come to the right place! I've got a free lesson for you with a handy piano practice chart that's perfect for adults, from beginners to intermediate players.
And even advanced players may find it helpful. With this chart, you'll learn proven techniques for improving your piano practice routine and mastering a new piece in no time!
So let's get started!
How To Memorize A Piano Repertoire As An Adult BeginnerOne of the joys of playing an instrument is being able to share the music.
But unless you are already skilled at improvising and playing piano by ear, here are some great tips on how to memorize and keep a short repertoire of pieces to share with your friends at any time!
Learning how to memorize a few piano pieces to keep "in your pocket"; even as a beginner, always ready to perform, takes a bit of planning and preparation.
Here are 5 steps on preparing and a simple formula for memorizing a repertoire of easy piano pieces ready for performing!
Overcoming Stage Fright: 10 Tips To Conquer Performance AnxietyHow do you survive the ordeal of a performance? Overcoming stage fright, is that even possible?
As a beginner adult pianist, you may feel overwhelmed and nervous when it comes to performing in front of an audience. It's completely normal to experience stage fright, but the good news is that you can learn to manage it.
Managing rather than overcoming the fear of performing is a skill that you can learn as any other skill. But, as with any skill, it needs to be practiced! Here are practical tips and techniques for managing stage fright for musicians to help you get started!
Got Piano Questions?
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Piano Playing Q & A
Piano Question of the Month
Back To Practice Piano Advice: How Fast To Play And Practice PlanI have been on and off my piano practicing and am trying to stick with a system to practice well.
I wanted to ask 3 questions. First, how fast do we need to be when practicing scales? Second, would this practice plan of mine be well enough to better my skills?:
10-15 min warm up with scales 30 min practice with chords and songs (done from a music app).
Third, When is the best time to learn how to play by ear?
Thank you, any advice and recommendations will be greatly appreciated.
Top 10 Piano Songs for All Occasions
Recommendations For Adult BeginnersWouldn't it be great to have a repertoire of famous piano songs to play?
Here is a list of the top 10 most requested classical-style piano pieces that have survived the test of time and are perfect for basically every occasion.
I have picked out easy piano versions of this "must-have" repertoire so you can start building your "Top Hits" repertoire today!
Comments? Ideas? Feedback?I'd love to hear from you. Just reply to this newsletter and tell me what you think or what you'd like to read more about.
Your Online Piano Coach,
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