Seven steps, self-taught piano for adults from scratch
We often have various questions about learning to play piano for adults: is it difficult to learn to play piano? Is it too late to study now? In fact, as long as we have love for piano and music in our hearts, it's never too late to start learning. Although we are not as mobile as children as adults, in terms of coordination and flexibility, we have advantage of greater understanding. I believe that persistent practice will make you play music you like. Therefore, first step in self-learning to play piano is self-confidence.
Once you have decided to learn how to play piano, only thing to do is to choose right piano. If you don't have enough money, buying a used piano is also a good option.
The biggest advantage of Information Age is that all sorts of resources can be found on Internet, and piano learning materials are no exception. There are many piano video tutorials on internet to help us learn.
The beginning of learning to play piano is study of music theory. Music theory seems pretty boring, but it's necessary. In fact, we do not have to master them all at once, we can master them gradually in process of practice.
As for shape of hand on piano, I personally think that you need to focus on correct shape of hand, but not get hung up on position of hand. After all, goal of learning to play piano is to play beautiful melodies, and not how to take beautiful poses. In addition, each pianist has his own hand placement, and it is impossible to say who is absolutely correct.
Regular piano learning usually starts with fingering, and repertoire for practicing fingering is usually boring. It is easy for independent students to lose interest in this method. Personally, I suggest that you alternate music for practice. Please, choose notes with marked fingerings, this is not yet stage of "creating your own school". The repertoire I chose at beginning was simpler, otherwise I would not have been able to practice for a long time, and my enthusiasm would have dissipated.
The process of learning to play the piano is a lot of practice, and mechanical playing will inevitably make people feel bored. Therefore, when you are not practicing piano, you should listen to more piano music, firstly, to develop your sense of music, and secondly, when we hear a pleasant melody, our interest in piano playing will be constantly stimulated. motivation for our perseverance.