Last time we discussed that the most important quality every great pianist possessed was their commitment to practicing regularly, along with ways they could maximize their time spent practicing. This time around we have more fun practice tips from our friends at TakeLessons.
So if you’re reading this, then you must be learning to play the piano – congratulations! Although it takes a lot of time to play the piano well, practicing should not be an activity that you dread and associate with boredom. If you feel discouraged while playing the same scales and warm-ups, don’t – you can add a variety of dynamics, tempo changes, and alternative rhythms to spice things up!
Take a look at this funky infographic below from TakeLessons for more ways to make practicing piano scales fun!
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So readers, after working through your exercises using these techniques, did you find that it was easier, harder, more enjoyable, or less enjoyable to practice scales? Have any tips of your own? Sound off in the comments below!
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