Piano technique is what you need to work on consistently, to be able to make musical choices as you play; quickly and effortlessly.
Learning to play our instrument well involves many aspects of practicing. Apart from learning to actually find the notes on the instrument (ahem..), a well rounded pianist should learn:
All of the above could essentially be called "technique", but usually we mean the study and practice of exercises and etudes, scales, chords and their inversions as well as arpeggios, when we talk about technical studies.
Below you'll find a look at different aspects of piano playing, and many free lessons with tips and exercises.
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