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The Misinterpreted-Effort Hypothesis, and Why We Often Practice Less Effectively than We Could

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A number of pianists report having issues with rhythm. To help solve the problem we need to be able to set a steady pulse and to internalise this as we play, pushing and pulling according to the natural ebb and flow that virtually all music requires. This is vastly different from playing metronomically, since no performance of anything is going to conform to an unbending metronomic beat, and while a certain amount of metronome practice can be beneficial if you know what you’re doing, too…

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Making piano practice fun isn't easy. Practice involves repetitious drills and dogged pursuit of accuracy. Ten tips on how to make piano practice fun are included in this post.

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Have you considered there might be a different way of playing rhythmically depending on the style period? I’m not talking about rhythmic conventions (such as double dotting, rhythmic assimilation, etc.), but how we organise the relationships between long and short notes, where we might take time, and where to do so would disturb the music. Leon Fleisher explains this beautifully using the famous theme from the 18th Variation from Rachmaninov’s Paganini Rhapsody. He plays it in two ways – one…

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I am often asked about what to practise to make the left hand feel strong, and equal in technical ability to the right hand. Are special exercises necessary? In 2011, researchers in Germany published an article which showed a surprising fact: Whether the pianist identified as right- or left-handed, the performance of the right hand always displayed a higher degree of evenness between notes, and therefore a higher degree of motor control, than did the left hand. And the more practice time…

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The Misinterpreted-Effort Hypothesis, and Why We Often Practice Less Effectively than We Could

When my kids were in elementary school, I remember that studying for tests was pretty straightforward. Sure, they had to

On Rhythm: Some Resources - Practising the Piano E Major, Little Books, Textbook, Piano, Writing, Pianos, Being A Writer, Class Books

On Rhythm: Some Resources - Practising the Piano

A number of pianists report having issues with rhythm. To help solve the problem we need to be able to set a steady pulse and to internalise this as we play, pushing and pulling according to the natural ebb and flow that virtually all music requires. This is vastly different from playing metronomically, since no performance of anything is going to conform to an unbending metronomic beat, and while a certain amount of metronome practice can be beneficial if you know what you’re doing, too…