Get a good teacher
Many beginners like to learn the piano on their own. Thanks to the Internet, YouTube and free resources, you can find the answer to every question. You can learn anything you like anytime, anywhere. But there is a problem in the middle. People who learn on their own may make mistakes over and over again; Without their knowledge. For example, after months of practice, they find that they have fingered in the wrong way. These mistakes have become bad habits and quitting them can be time consuming.
A good teacher will monitor your playing and help you wherever he sees a problem. YouTube videos hardly talk about fingering and tempo; And basically these things can not be explained by video or books. Take the time to find a good teacher through research and consultation. Even if you want to learn on your own, it is still best to spend the first few days under the tutelage of a teacher. Do not be too obsessed with techniques
As a beginner, I fully understand how difficult it is to choose a teaching method. We need technique, but playing the piano is more than just stepping and practicing fast. I suggest you learn the techniques described in these books as much as you can; But try not to spend too much time on this. For example, do all the beer exercises in one breath from the first page to the last. During rehearsals, rehearse your favorite songs to change your mood. Some techniques must be mastered in certain situations; So be flexible and do not confront new methods. Break hard parts into smaller pieces. For example, if there were 16 notes, divide it into 4 notes and break the chords into constructive notes. Break large volumes into smaller units
Breaking complex scales into smaller units helps you gain a better understanding of the structure of the piece. Having a large number of notes in one volume may confuse beginners. In such cases, use the problem simplification technique. Break the volume into different groups of notes and examine each group separately. Practice at a slow pace
Speed sings the triumph of playing. Sometimes in a piece, there are parts that you have to slow down to run properly. Low-speed training is a great technique for precise execution. This technique helps you not to make mistakes caused by playing fast. Learn music theory. Memorize the piece
It is important to read the notes, but no matter how professional you are, you may still slow down in some parts. Try to memorize the song. Only then can you perform the piece with the right dynamics, proper finger placement and dramatic movements. You get in touch with the song when you can memorize it. Music is an inner thing, and the more you record it in your mind, the better your performance will be. Do not forget to read the sheet music
Reading the sheet music is as important as memorizing the song. You will probably need to read the notes many times to learn new pieces. Recognizing rhythms, notes and keyboards helps you play music faster. Without this skill, the speed of learning slows down dramatically, and you may even take weeks to understand the structure of a song and still not succeed. But for someone who has developed this skill, only 5 to 10 minutes of reading music is enough.