No, literally: it's "Not Di-Fi-Cult". I was blown away by this simple solution to the challenge of playing straight notes VS triplets (also known as 2 vs 3) on the piano. Essentially, when taking a section of RH playing triplets and LH playing straight notes, the first two notes land together, and the next three… Continue reading 2 VS 3: It’s ‘Not Difficult’!
Month: September 2018
How to practice – Trills
Todays short blog post will be a few tips and tricks for getting those trills in tip top shape! If you didn't catch last weeks post, you can find it here; I went over the common trills you see in music, and how to play them. Now, How to practice trills! Hold that note! Hold… Continue reading How to practice – Trills
Trills, trills, trills!
Trills! Today i'm going to go over the types of trills a pianist will encounter in their music! Next week I will go over ways to practice these, for a quick and beautiful sound. Appogiatura Appogiatura's are written as a small eighth note, slurred to a longer (normal sized) note. Despite it being written to… Continue reading Trills, trills, trills!