How long does it take to learn the piano?

What does the piano teach us in the long run?

Why play the piano?

And finally…

Why don’t you just stop playing piano?

Music for Adults

Have you ever wondered what is happening in the brain of a 15 year-old, or an older man, when they want to play “I’m Gonna Rock You” on the piano? They are not going to stop playing because they can’t see that you can now hear them playing! It’s probably because of the brain “relearning” the way they learned the instrument, but it’s what they’re going to learn and they’re going to remember that. Playing the piano is actually a great way for them to learn how to become more aware of their own experiences.

Learning the piano will help you understand yourself and your world.

If you have children this might not matter (as I know, I know!), but there is no way to get adults to learn the piano. People need the tools to express themselves and become the people they are capable of becoming!

In the video you see how piano students use different senses and techniques of the organ.

The organ is often seen as a “one trick pony.” That’s just not true! You can play with the organ and it will still sound as if you are playing it yourself.

The organ uses many complex musical movements and sounds that you simply have to experience with the organ before you can actually feel a part!

The organ is a great resource for learning the piano.

The way pianissimo works with all these different sensory and vocal organs all together can be used every day. It is a great way to learn, a good tool to help with stress and even to help us to live a richer, more fulfilling life.

In The Science of Piano…

The piano teacher can use different methods to create the most appropriate musical experience for their students. All of these methods are based on the fact that the piano is a highly sensitive body that needs to have multiple sensory modalities to work properly.

What are the most important methods that teachers use to create the optimal musical experience for their students?

For Piano, I suggest:

using simple and quick visualizations: these are just simple visualizations that use the piano as a visual medium. Visualizations will help you to understand what you are doing in a quick way. For example, if you have been practising using the piano for