Robert Estrin - piano expert
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Is there a wrong way to learn piano?

Understanding and following the best way to learn the piano is paramount.

Released on September 11, 2013

  
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Ronald Verwer * VSM MEMBER * on September 12, 2013 @4:09 am PST
thanks Robert for your enthusiastic way of bringing your views and experiences to us. It is always enlightening to watch your videos.
LUIZ SETTE * VSM MEMBER * on September 11, 2013 @5:35 pm PST
Great! I would add what I consider also very important : the teacher must play 4-hand pieces as soon as possible and keep this practice all the time. Doesn't matter the fact that the student plays a very simple melody in the beginnig. What counts is what it represents in terms of encourgement and stimulus.
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Robert - host, on September 12, 2013 @1:32 pm PST
You are right. One size doesn't fit all with music instruction. You must do whatever works to engage the student. Successful teaching is a creative endeavor, not an exact science.
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