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"My" first piece - Turkish March by Mozart (Read 22990 times)

Offline engineer

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Re: "My" first piece - Turkish March by Mozart
«Reply #100 on: November 28, 2014, 10:43:28 PM »
This is not a piece for a "3 weeks" student... many other pieces come before "Rondo ala Turca" in your studies!
Also, find a proper piano with weighted keys or you wuill never learn!
Sorry to be so blunt, but to pursue this one wil only be frustrating.
Cheers,
Roger

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Re: "My" first piece - Turkish March by Mozart
«Reply #101 on: November 29, 2014, 12:00:02 AM »
This is not a piece for a "3 weeks" student... many other pieces come before "Rondo ala Turca" in your studies!
Also, find a proper piano with weighted keys or you wuill never learn!
Sorry to be so blunt, but to pursue this one wil only be frustrating.
Cheers,
Roger

surprised you responded to a thread 4 years old.  anyways turkish march was one of the first pieces i learned and learned it within the first month of playing, so it's very possible for those starting with a moderate amount of hand-eye coordination and dexterity.  in my opinion a lot of time should not be spent learning hands separate and that hands together playing is a skill that should be developed from the very beginning.  i remember the octaves gave me the most trouble at the time.

i didn't learn it through sheet music though, i learned it through a casio keyboard with built in songs loL.