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Up until now, we’ve been playing with one hand at a time. In Level 3, we’ll start playing with both hands together at the same time! This is a big step in piano playing, and one that can sometimes feel difficult and frustrating at first. Developing the necessary coordination to read and play more than one note at the same time requires practice, but like anything, the more you do it the easier it gets. Keep trying these pieces until you can play them in a steady tempo without mistakes.
In this level, we’ll also learn about more elements of note-reading and rhythm, including rests, slurs and ties. We’ll also learn about accidentals- sharps, flats and natural signs that are used to raise and lower notes. With this knowledge, you’ll be able to play a wider range of pieces, and we’ll try a few of them out together.
Questions before taking this course?
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