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Find out how this piano teacher found new ways to getting her students spot the difference with their ears instead of their eyes.
If you’ve ever had the privilege of watching a good sight reader play with ease from a tricky score, it is awe-inspiring. This blog post is about five general things that good sight-readers do. All good sight readers do these things: scan, edit, guess, predict and fudge.
Performance-readiness is like peak physical fitness: it must be maintained, or it disappears. That’s because rehearsing and performing, in and of itself, does not develop any of the skills required for retaining long-term piano skills. Here are three ways of playing that are essential for keeping piano skills for life.