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For a beginner student starting to learn the piano, it may initially feel like an insurmountable challenge. However, learning the piano doesn’t have to be overly difficult in the end.

The most important aspect is determining whether you genuinely enjoy playing the piano, as no amount of practice can compensate for a lack of passion for the instrument or the music you’ll be creating with it.

It would be beneficial for beginners to start with lessons specifically designed for children. Children’s piano lessons take into account that young piano players have smaller hands, so the notes are placed closer together to develop a sense of the keyboard and work on fingering patterns more easily.

However, the best place to start isn’t necessarily by sitting at the piano at all.

Learning the piano is similar to moving to a foreign country. You can only progress so far without being able to speak the native language. You wouldn’t go to Paris without trying to learn at least a few basic words in French, would you?

The same principle applies to the piano or any other musical instrument in the world. Without knowing how to read music, you won’t make much progress or benefit greatly from any type of piano lessons.

Therefore, even though it may be tempting to simply sit at the piano and try to figure out how to play the keys correctly, you’re better off starting your beginner piano journey with a course on music theory What Is A Musician? - For some individuals, the role of a musician may be difficult to comprehend. They may struggle to understand: 1 - the nature of a musician's talent or job, 2 - why musicians work around the clock, and 3 - the concept of a fanbase and the boundaries musicians set with fans. Let's delve into each… so that you understand how music is created and notated.

If you learn to read music well, you can visualize the piece in your mind Self-realization and meditation (yoga for the mind) - Peter Cajander allowed us to publish this part from his book Fragments of Reality. It talks about life from a personal perspective covering areas ranging from self-realization, meditation, stress, happiness, death, and everyday living. Peter is a writer, philosophical thinker, entrepreneur, strategy consultant, business executive, and author to name a few titles. He has been… before attempting to play it.

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