Music has never been a matter of talent. "You don't have to pretend to work hard, because the result won't accompany you in acting". It's really like a basin of cold water splashed by someone in the cold winter, and then you wake up. It's like a mirror to show your busy appearance.
It seems that everyone is showing their hard work. Starting from the circle of friends in the morning, first send the picture "have you seen the subway at 6 a.m.", there are some people who do running exercises, some who do their own breakfast, and then a piece of soul chicken soup: "morning, keep going today, you have no choice but to struggle..."; At noon, I came to bask in the busy figure, but I couldn't care about my lunch. In the afternoon, I basked in the newly bought books, which shows my determination to read XX books this year, which new language and skills to learn, and comprehensively improve myself. At night, I basked in the sun to accompany my children to do their homework.
Bask in a new guitar or musical instrument to improve our style. We are busy and tired. However, it's just a flash in the pan. In fact, people who choose to practice piano are far more difficult to get results than other people who read books and exercise. Some people will ask us why we still can't see a better result when we practice so hard?
1. To practice piano is to be focused and efficient I often hear some people say that they practice piano all the time! But there is no significant progress! Or progress, but very slow! Do the same exercise, some people quickly start, some people always spend more time to be proficient. Why is that? Every time you fail, bring the excuse of "he must be talented" into your mind, and your subconscious will constantly stop you from trying. What I mean by effort here is "real and solid effort", not the kind of "pretending effort" that sits there but has long gone beyond the clouds. Do you realize you're just "pretending to work"? You practice for an hour or two every day with the piano, but you just repeat the basic exercises or phrases that you would have played. You spend three hours in front of your desk every day studying, but your mind has long gone out of the sky. Stuck on this page, turned to the previous page, turned to the next page and forgot this page, read all night, but felt nothing Have you ever thought that you really focus, and your focus is efficient?
2. There must be a plan and a goal for practicing piano Have you ever thought that the so-called years of piano practice, when you really "have quality practice time", may be less than a novice who practices for one year. At this time, the person who practices for one year is better than the veteran who practices for several years. You just play what you already know every day. You can't improve in the comfortable area. You have to go into the challenge area and play something that you don't think it's easy to play. Play something that's stuck, until it doesn't.
Break the piano Some things have to be practiced for more than 30 minutes every day to overcome that "card". When you only practice for 15 minutes every day, you are wasting your virtual work, embroidering your legs with flowers and fists. You will not improve if you practice for another 20 years.
The correct practice is continuous and continuous focus. Pay attention to whether each octave or even 16 notes are playing correctly at each beat point. How can you not be tired. You can only concentrate on practice for half an hour at first, and then you can concentrate on it for an hour later But then you can focus on two hours If you can concentrate on practicing for more than three hours every day.
I promise you, absolutely, will definitely usher in the realm of master! 3. Because practicing piano requires a strong desire to learn For a new student, having a strong desire to learn is a necessary condition. You need to have the consciousness of practicing piano actively. Those who have a strong desire to learn must have practice plans and acceptance criteria. For example, speed is a measure of progress. It's like playing a more complex beat, so is the technique. Using different scales and using different arpeggios interactively is also a basis for progress, so as to improve professional ability.
So, many of us, please give up the efforts of "show", but we should really practice the piano steadfastly. Please don't do surface work, because it can't deceive the audience. Please don't pretend to play the piano, because the result really won't accompany you. Reflection: are you really practicing, or are you "pretending to practice"?