Saving Time and Money On Piano Lessons

By Albert Edge

Playing piano is very creative and artistically fulfilling. Each person plays their own unique rhythm and sincerity. Still, you need to have the motivation to continue improving your piano skills.
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Here are some of tips to help you create or build your motivation power for piano lessons.


One great way to create and build your motivation is to perform in front of others in different ways. Set up an informal concert with a couple of pieces in the setting of your own home. Your family will be your public and you will feel really happy while performing in front of your loved ones.

Of course you have to plan ahead in order to suggest a performance and in order to prepare yourself.


Another way to perform is – you perform alone. Imagine that you are among the crowd and everyone’s seeing you. But in this case you need to be serious and strict during your performance. If you want to help your imagination a bit you can put empty chairs in front of you representing the audience.
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This activity will create self confidence in you and it will enable you to learn in a more positive manner. This is also an excellent time to record your performance for later evaluation. The act of recording is like having a critic in the public.


You have to look upwards in order to climb to a higher level in your piano playing and this will be accomplished by listening to piano players on an higher artistic level than yourself.

Finally, here is a piano playing quote from an unknown author:

“One man gets nothing but discord out of a piano; another gets harmony. No one claims the piano is at fault. Life is about the same. The discord is there, and the harmony is there. Study to play it correctly, and it will give forth the beauty; play it falsely, and it will give forth the ugliness. Life is not at fault.”

Playing piano is an art, so always play it like an art. This will keep you moving ahead in life in a positive manner. These types will surely help you in motivating and building your piano skills.
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2 thoughts on “Saving Time and Money On Piano Lessons

  1. I agree especially with the “always perform” advice. I know that if it wasn’t for me having to perform at least once a week I probably wouldn’t practice. It forces me to learn new songs and learn the latest sound so I can keep up with the times.

  2. Not only does it help enforce regular practice, it also helps you to recognize just what you need to practice. Playing through the rough spots without stopping and starting over (as you might when you practice) provides a totally different dynamic to your playing while adding a “polish” and finished sound to your material. –

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