"Practice is objective, organized, and rational."
-Teresa Wong, “Piano Freedom”, p.73
Piano practice is a creative and step-by-step process. Here are the ten stages a piano player would go through in his/her practice, with no.1 being the most basic to no.10 the last level to reach the final destination.
In the last post I wrote about how the application of force in striking the piano keys down would drastically affect our piano playing. And there are two ideas you must understand. The first idea is: "We apply different level of weights for different dynamics." Which I have explained in the last post.
In this post I continue to discuss about the second idea, which is "We apply different level of weights for each key - even in the same dynamic level."
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