Basic piano learning method, super practical arrangement!
Piano learning is usually divided into two learning methods: piano learning = 30% learning + 70% practice; don't underestimate that it's only 30%, without it you won't be able to learn how to play piano!
1. The traditional teaching method can also be called classical teaching method.
This method very systematically starts from scratch, helps students learn and master different piano techniques and at same time gradually accumulate piano skills. This process is relatively long, and it usually takes more than 4-5 years to achieve certain results. Can you play types of songs such as "Dream Wedding", "For Alice", "Tears" and so on? Currently, 95% of population of our country uses this traditional method of education.
2. The improvisational teaching method can also be called a popular teaching method.
This method is basically a new teaching method based on benefits of adults. This method has developed relatively maturely in Taiwan, Hong Kong and other places, but has developed slowly in mainland China, and it can even be said that it has not developed much.
Learning to play piano is divided into two parts: strengthening basics of piano playing and piano improvisation techniques.
Strengthening basics of playing piano. Many adults learn to play piano without any foundation. There is no reason to directly ask adults to play music, I think, unless Mozart is born again. Therefore, it is necessary to allow adults to master basic shape of hand when playing piano at beginning in a short period of time, properly train flexibility of fingers and the coordination and coordination of both hands. This process usually takes 6 to 8 months. If you are already a base student, it will be even faster.
Practicing methods to strengthen fundamentals of piano and allocating time needed for practice: practice time is divided into four parts! Designed for 1 hour of practice.
A, Hanon (5 minutes) B, scales, chords, arpeggios (10 minutes)
C. Etudes (20 minutes) D. Music (25 minutes)
A, Hanon (10 minutes) B, scales, chords, arpeggios (15 minutes)
Before, study or music (35 minutes)
A. The goal of Hanon practice is: correct hand shape, independent movement of each finger, control of finger strength, etc.! Remember to be slow! Speed 1-2 tones per second!
Assignment of Bs, scales, chords and arpeggios: finger dexterity, finger turning flexibility, hand speed training, etc. And these are three main materials of etude and musical composition!
C. The purpose of training repertoire: main development of skills and abilities! But since sense of musical melody is weak, many adults will be bored, so you can use B exercises instead.
D. The purpose of music is: basic practice of skills and abilities, practice of coordination and hand coordination, basic practice of music teaching, etc.
Piano improvisation techniques. After mastering certain piano skills, we can start learning improvisational piano playing! Among students I teach, 95% of students can master basic improvisation method within 3 months and realize their desire to express music through further learning! And when you master method of playing, you can apply this method of playing by analogy to similar pieces of music. Piano improvisation techniques focus on a set of performance techniques, rather than spending a lot of time hard practicing to create some melodies. It's like you're learning alchemy instead of just getting a piece of gold! To put it simply: traditional teaching method is to teach you how to copy master's articles, and impromptu teaching method is to teach you 100 characters and then let you use those 100 characters to write articles on your own, and articles you can write yourself . certainly not limited. !
Steps of learning piano improvisation:
1, chords: Chord formation, chord expansion (near expansion and far expansion of chords).
2. Left hand accompaniment texture: single/double hit texture. Generation and complex application of N textures.
3. Explanation and application of system of frets of harmony function.
4, main stages of arranging chords for songs.
5, expanding and applying chords (seventh chords and inverted chords).
6. Technique and application of melody with left and right hand with addition of colors.
7. How accompaniment of left hand changes from perceptible to invisible.
8, improvisation in different keys.
9, using left-handed BASS, etc.