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Lesson 63 Learning A Piece From Scratch

Creative Music Piano Instant Piano Let's Learn To Use The Pedal!
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So that's all the new stuff. That's great. Now the other thing that's new not in form of concept, but just new into what we're doing is the right hand and the left hand are playing different things that we've never practiced before. So I'm going to show you how to practice. We'll start with the left hand. I'm going to play the first four measures for you and then we'll play together watch me first, I see that he is with the fourth finger and B is with the first finger play those together.

And then I repeat that next measure, we have a see what the fifth finger and G with the first finger and I see that it's 40. So I'm going to go ahead and incorporate that right away and fall heavily. Let's try that together. He fourth finger, be first finger count for and then we'll play 1234 very light. And here again, now we're going to move down and as you're moving, imagine that you're gaining a whole bunch of weight in your arm and you're gonna fall heavy. Okay, let's do that much with counting all counters off.

1234 Count with me. 12341234 get heavy 12341234 Let's practice it one more time starting at the beginning. Light arm. One, two. Ready, go. 12341 234 big heavy arm 12341234 pause and practice that if you need to.

Now we're going to play that much again, we're going to count slightly differently, we're going to still say 1234. But if you notice, we do have those eighth notes coming up. So we're going to need to count and let's practice putting in the ends in between the numbers. So I'll count us off with the ends. One, and two, and three, and four, and Count with me. One, two, and three, and four, and, one, and two, and three, and four, and big and heavy.

One and, two, and three, and four, and one and two, and three, and four. And pause here and practice that with counting ends come back when you're ready. Now we're going to practice the next two measures. I'll play and say the note names and then we'll do that together. Watch me first. A, G, F sharp and here I see I have the same exact notes, doing a G, F sharp.

Let's do that together. Say the notes with me. finger on D. Ready. Now we're going to be very light because we see that piano sign, here we go. A F sharp still like a F sharp do that one more time. Ready, go.

D, F sharp, D, A, G, F sharp. Now we're going to count that, watch my first one, and two and three, and four, and, one, and two, and three, and four. And let's play that together with counting. You already know the notes. Ready, here we go. One, two, and three, and four, and, one and two, and, three, and four.

And one more time. Ready, go. One, two, and three and For one, two, and three, and four, and now I'll play the next three measures. Watch me first. I'll say the note names. F sharp, B, F sharp.

Let's see that together. fourth finger on E. Ready? Go. B being one more time starting. Ready F sharp. F sharp.

Now I'm going to count the same three measures. Watch me first. One, and two, and three, and four, and one, and two, and three, and four, and one and two, and three, and four. And let's do that together. Starting on the fourth finger. Here we go.

One, and two and three, and four, and one, and two, and three, and four, and, one and two, and three, and four. And how does that feel is this rhythm starting To feel a little bit more comfortable. I hope so. Now let's do that one more time. With adding the dynamics here, fourth finger on E, we're gonna start having Ready, go. One, and two, and three, and four, and one, and two, and three, and four.

And now very like one and two, and three, and four. And yeah, you have to make that switch very quickly. All right, let's play and count from the very beginning. And we're going to do the piano and 40. All right, starting from the beginning, fourth finger on a first finger on B, with counting and doing the piano and the 14th. All counts off.

And we're going to start very light. One and two, and three, and four, and Count with me. One and two, and three. For one, and two, and three, and four, and heavy, one, and two, and three, and four, and, one, and two, three, and four, and, one, two, and, three, and, four, and. One, and two, and, three, and four, and big and heavy. One, two, and, three, and, four, and.

One, and, two, and, three, and, four, and. One and, two and three and four. Repeat. One, two, and three, and four, and count one, and two, and three, and four, and big and heavy. One, and two, and, three, and four, and. One, and, two, and, three, and, four, and.

One, two and, three, and, four, and. One, and two, and, three, and four, and heavy. One and, three, and, four and, one and two and three. form and marry line one, and, two, and three, and four. And Pause the video here and practice with the piano on the forte. And with counting.

And obviously, you want to make sure that your notes are correct to come back when you're ready to move on. In this lesson, we practice learning a piece from scratch as you would in the real world, not in a piano course. So when you open up a sheet music that you want to learn, this is how you would do it one hand at a time, small sections, saying note names, counting the beat and so on. Basically the same system we've been using since the lesson one of this course follow the system, no matter what piece you're playing, whether it's easy or difficult and you will be successful in learning it.

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