Not sure of where to begin and how to begin while sitting in front of a piano. Then given below are the seven best practices that will help you in staying focused on meaningful improvement while learning Piano as an Adult.

Start and end with something fun: While learning to play a piano try and start with something that you are really good at playing, doing the same while making it an end. Doing this will help you in keeping all your confidence level up and as a result you will not just play well but will also be recognized for whatever you are playing.

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Setting up a clear goal: if you like all the others are sitting in front of the piano, and say that you are learning for the bit then let me tell you that you will learn nothing. So instead have a goal set like for example learning to play the opening song in frozen. Once you have set the goal you will continue adding your best efforts unless and until you actually reach it.

Warming up: Bored up of doing something like this. But trust me this is one of the best ways you can actually begin with. And without doing this you are just landing up putting yourself in the risk of carpel tunnel and nothing else. So try and spend atleast six minutes of your time rather than being in pain for a period of six months.

In case you did not listen then slow down: it’s obvious that we cannot stress on the piano practice tip enough. Remember that the good musicians learn to practise a good song at a speed of ten, and then slowly speed it back to its normal pace.

Take a break: you have warmed up and have also spent 15 minutes of your time in learning piano as an adult. You have also spent 15 minutes of your time in learning and copying fats walker solos. All that you need to do next is stop take a deep breath and then begin doing the same thing again.