To start our journey on the musical path, let’s try to learn as many melodies of our choice before the day we get our hands a real piano. It’s a common mistake to try to learn a huge number for just the first month or so, and end up learning a completely different sound.
You won’t find many guitar lessons, piano lessons, or even online tutorials or books, so to make sure we won’t forget what we’ve learned on the instrument, I’ll also add one more tip, to start with.
When doing some of these online lessons, I will ask you to record yourself and play something from the piano, if you haven’t got it yet. The purpose should be to get the feel of the instrument and how you are able to play it well. I can guarantee you are going to improve significantly.
Also, you should always learn the song of your choice before using it in your lessons, and learn it through repeated practice if you want to make the most of it. So let’s go ahead and start our journey, and let’s have many more pianist friends and share it with the world!
What should I know with regards to teaching other
If you have any questions about this process, you can let me know in the comments below!
Thanks for reading and stay tuned for the next blog about teaching in Piano!
(WLOOM) – A Lakeland man faces more charges after police say he robbed a pizza restaurant in the 1000 block of West River Road about nine hours ago.
Police said David Lee Clark, 38, had just returned to the restaurant after walking through the area that morning. When he walked through the door, he found himself in front of the counter. The former Navy SEAL gave his credit card information to the cashier, and when the employee asked for his driver’s license, he produced a concealed handgun and demanded the money.
Instead, the cashier ran for help, drawing her own firearm and firing multiple times. Clark was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital for treatment related to his injuries. He still remains at the hospital.
At an interview with police, Clark, who police said is a black male, said he did not have his hands up when they tried to apprehend him. However, a witness later gave it to police that Clark had his hands up while surrendering to police.
Clark was arrested without incident at his home on May 23 and charged with felony robbery.