Piano for busy people
We know many adults would like to learn to play piano but having a busy schedule they are not sure if they have enough time to practice or study the syllabus. Fortunately, there is a solution. There is a way to play a piece correctly the first time around. After this is done, the number of required repetitions drops down dramatically.
This idea is based on our brain work mechanism, whether a child or a grown-up. When we hear a piece played with errors the brain automatically records and stores them in our memory. Then we need to repeat the piece correctly, but the chances are some errors will still remain. This is the second record and it needs correction again. This cycle repeats itself until finally the piece is played correctly. But by that time the amount of incorrect records is so large that a special effort is needed to erase them. This is why we need to repeat the same piece over and over again.
If, on the other hand, the very first record is correct, there is simply no need for any repetitions because there is no wrong records to erase. Wonder how to do this?
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