To help you on your piano learning journey, here are a few brief thoughts for you to think about:

1. Digital/electric pianos may perhaps be used in the beginning of lessons. If it's possible that an acoustic (non-electric) piano could be acquired somehow either immediately or relatively soon, this is the preferable route since acoustic pianos are superior and students will enjoy playing and practicing more. Please ask me about easy ways that an acoustic piano can be acquired and check out our page Getting a Piano.

2. Think about how much daily time you can set aside to practice 5-6 days per week. The amount of time spent each day practicing may vary depending of different factors (between 15 minutes and 2 hours, for example).  Even if the amount of time is small, regularity is important.  Upon starting lessons, we can discuss a reasonable yet progressive practice schedule that works for you.

3. Also important is to remember that while you will definitely have immediate benefits to learning piano, other rich benefits come from sticking with it over a longer period of time.  A long-term view is necessary with all of it's ups and downs.  Think of learning piano to learning a new language.  You get out of it what you put in to it and a lot depends on the kind of effort you put in.  Music absolutely is a language - except it's superior!  Having a good teacher will aid your progress greatly and keep you from frustration and mistakes.


피아노를  배우기 위해 생각해 보아야  간단한 것들: 

 

1. 집에 일반 피아노를 가지고 있다면 도움이 될것입니다

디지털/전자 피아노는 배우고 연습하기에는 적합하지않습니다.

일반 피아노를 쉽게 구할  있는 방법을 원하시면 알려주세요.

 

2. 일주일에 5-6 번씩 연습하기 위에 하루에 얼마씩은 시간을 따로 떼어 놓아야 합니다매일 연습할수 있는 시간의 양은 여러가지 것들에 따라 다를 있습니다. ( 예를 들면 15 분과 2시간). 비록 적은시간의 연습이더라도정기적인 것이 중요합니다 . 레슨을 시작할 개인에게 맞으면서 동시에발전할  있는 연습 일정을 토의할수 있습니다 . 

 

3. 또한 중요한것은피아노를 배울  분명 바로 보이는 실력 발전이 있겠지만 중요한 발전은 오랜시간 동안 레슨을 함으로써 얻어진다는 것입니다잘될때와 그렇지않을 때를 포함하여 길게 필요가 있습니다피아노를 배우는것은 하나의 언어를 배우는것과 같습니다.  

얼마나 노력을 기울이느냐와 어떤 종류의 노력을기울이는것 만큼 결과물을 얻게 됩니다.

음악은 언어와 매우 유사한데실은 그보다  뛰어납니다좋은 선생님을 만나야 훌륭하게 성장하고 실수나 낙담을 하지 않게  것입니다.