A few months ago, I was listening to a new piano piece by composer John Cale.
It was a slow, intimate piece.
At one point, I paused to listen.
The music was a simple piece of piano music.
But it didn’t seem to me that the piano’s chords were particularly easy to play.
I didn’t have any idea why.
I started to ask myself the same questions that I do with every piece of music I listen to: What is it that makes a piece of art so unique?
What is the music that makes me want to hear it?
For me, it wasn’t the music itself.
It wasn’t how the music was constructed.
I wanted to know what makes the music so special.
And so I started thinking about my own piano playing.
For the past few years, I’ve been practicing piano on my own.
I’m now a professional pianist, and I’m constantly learning new techniques and making progress.
I find it fascinating to look at what other pianists have been doing and wondering why it hasn’t worked out.
The best thing about piano lessons is that they can be very personal.
I think there’s a great benefit to being a professional piano player and learning from others who are like you.
I want to share my own lessons and experiences.
In this article, I’m going to share some of the things that I’ve learned while practicing.
You’ll hear some of my favorite lessons that I recorded with a friend.
I hope that you find these lessons interesting and inspiring.
I know that you have a lot of questions.
I am always happy to answer them.
But please, be respectful of the time and space that I have to teach.
If you need help or have questions, please let me know.
Thanks for listening!