PLAYING THE PIANO WITH BOTH HANDS TIPS

                                   PLAYING WITH BOTH  HANDS
PIANO IS ONE OF THE COMMON MUSICAL INSTRUMENT   IS IS BEEN PLAY WITH THE HELP OF THE FINGERS(BOTH HANDS) 
  FOR ANY ONE TO START PLAYING THE PIANO HE OR SHE NEEDS TO KNOW A LITTER ABOUT IT FIRST KNOWING OF HIS KEYS .
PIANO HAS 12 KEYS BOTH BLACK AND WHITE  .C,C#,D,D#(E flat),E,F,F#,G,G#,A,A#(B flat) AND B

LEARN ON PLAYING WITH YOUR BOTH HANDS

First and foremost, as you mentioned, I think that knowing both hands separately is crucial. Depending on the required tempo, make sure that you can execute both hands individually at a superior speed than indicated. Make sure that you are able to "hear" the melody lines as you play them... this will become crucial in being able to think as your hands as separate entities when playing with both of them together. At a certain point, playing should become autonomous... ensure that your beat is steady. IMO, the metronome is the greatest tool in discovering kinks in your playing that you never thought were there in the first place.

After that, divide the piece in small sections. Try not to extend over couple bars at a time. At first, I usually put the metronome at a slow tempo. So slow, it is sometimes unbearable... But this teaches you the required muscle memory to put both hands together. If you are comfortable with both hands separate, you should be able to quickly increase the tempo.

Make sure you follow the metronome. Fix all your kinks before raising speed. I wouldn't use pedals or focus too much on the quality of the sound until playing the piece with both hands at a respectable speed becomes autonomous. Also... make sure you practice transitioning between the different sections you focus on.

I think the goal in the end, is to be able to distinguish your hands as 2 separate entities while you play.

WAYS OF PLAYING WITH BOTH HANDS AND HOW TO IMPROVE

(1) Improve your sight reading skills.

Before you even attempt a difficult passage, make sure your note reading skills are up to par. If you can’t distinguish each note on the staff quickly, take a step back and master that first. Trust us – it will make the process a lot easier!

(2) Practice each hand separately, then put them together.

Begin by practicing each hand separately. You might be tempted just to memorize the phrase, but it will help you in the long run if you’re consciously reading along with the music as you go. When you’re ready to practice with both hands together, don’t be afraid to slow things down. Try reading each measure vertically as opposed to horizontally – this will help you fuse the two lines and start to feel which notes go together. can also help as you take it measure by measure.

(3) Relax!

The coordination will come a lot easier when you’re not stressing out about playing with both hands. Instead of worrying, try clearing your mind and letting it flow. Most of all, trust in your abilities. And of course: practice, practice, practice!
PLAYING THE PIANO WITH BOTH HANDS TIPS PLAYING THE PIANO WITH BOTH HANDS TIPS Reviewed by Joshua on June 19, 2017 Rating: 5

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