Some people practice piano or other musical instruments for several hours per day, while others only practice for 20 minutes once or twice a week. Does this imply that those who train for long periods of time will improve more quickly?
In reality, how long you practice has no bearing on how much you advance. Many great musicians understand the value of training effectively and attentively. Practicing is an art form, and it's important that you master it

Here are some important tips to consider for your practicing session

1. Set a goal for your piano practice session
Don't start training without a good understanding of what you want to achieve. Decide what you're going to do and what you want to accomplish before you sit down at the piano

What needs to be accomplished inorder to achieve greatness:
-You must be able to play the right-hand melody in tempo
-Coordinate left/right hand together. Here are a few ways to achieve hands-coordination.
-Learn the keys and recognize the notes on the treble/bass clef.
-Play at a slightly faster tempo than your comfort level

The point is to set a target for yourself that you can meet in a short period of time during your piano practice session and work toward it. This eliminates squandered time and keeps you focused.

2. Have a warm up routine
A warm-up is needed for every professional athlete to begin a practice session. Pianists are in the same boat. It's important that you have a routine in place to warm up your fingers and head.

Warm up with the same content every time you sit at the piano for a few minutes. There's nothing overly complex or novel here. Something you already know how to play and doesn't need any finger pressure.Warming up is all about putting yourself in the right frame of mind. Calm your body and mind when warming up, and get into "practice mode" with concentration and attention

3. Break down your task
Take a minute to make a clear plan for how you'll practice piano now that you've set your target and warmed up. You'll need small pieces of practice content. One small step at a time, step by step. Also with this technique, you may need to break it down even more.

4. Practice slowly
To avoid making errors, just feed the brain accurate information; this will help the brain remember things more quickly. Consolidation of brain synapses is what it's called. You are more likely to make mistakes if you practice too fast, making it more difficult to learn the tune.
It takes time for your fingers to learn how to work in the right way. Slowing down your practice will make you feel more comfortable, relieve pressure, and allow you to internalise the finger movements much faster. This often assists in the learning of the melody as a musical expression rather than simply a mechanical activity. Take your time and go slowly.

5. Limit your time and get some rest
While Practicing, the most important thing to remember is to stay focused and concentrated. Concentration is minimal, with each session lasting no more than 45 minutes before a break. Set aside 20 minutes for rehearsal if you're only starting to learn to play the piano. It's enough time to learn something new every day and make great progress on your goals

6. Aim toward your goa
When you set a target for yourself, you want to be able to reach it by the end of the practice session. It also implies that you must set a reasonable target that you can reach. With practice, you'll be able to set the right target and predict the time and skills needed to achieve it. Every practice session should aspire for a higher target – but not one that is too lofty! Learn to make small steps forward each day

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You'll build trust when you complete each session with your objectives met. It's important to leave your practice session with a positive feeling. As a result, take note of your success and be grateful for it! Practicing should be enjoyable and fun, and a major part of that comes from feeling that you've made progress, no matter how little.

8. Make a note for the next piano practice session
Create a note for yourself for the next practice session before you leave the piano. Make a list of what you've accomplished so far and what you want to work on next. Some students maintain a journal, while others just make mental notes. You do it, you know what you've done, and you know what the next move is.

9. Be organized!
The bottom line for practising is to be well coordinated and planned with specific goals, while taking small steps and strongly internalising each move before proceeding. The secret to success is to do it in a short period of time and with complete focus!
How better to achieve your goals if you feel your way is not working:
-Practice slower
-Practice a smaller piece
-Re-consider if the material is too difficult for you to grasp
-It’s okay to practice the same material over and over again

At Philips Piano Academy, we place a strong emphasis on successful learning and practice, and each lesson is already well-structured for you. With the aid of some pointers, you'll be able to make quick progress on the piano