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Topic: Can I learn "La campanella" within 6 month or a year?  (Read 7587 times)

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Re: Can I learn "La campanella" within 6 month or a year?
Reply #50 on: March 25, 2020, 02:47:06 AM
stylerpiano I'm not a troll, I'm sincerely learning this piece. I've took the advice and tried something else and fiddled around for a bit. I played Turkish March, this piece is really easy compared to La campanella but that doesn't mean i can play everything in this piece. I still don't want to give up on La Campanella. I bet lots of people are frustrated because of me being stubborn and not building my technique up. So does that mean i can't achieve playing Campanella? I've got discouragement and encouragements but mostly discouragements. But I thank the people gave me hope, even though i still wont be able to play this piece in a year. But its not like ill give up after a year. I understand if use the wrong technique I will cause injury. So I'm fixing my techniques and studying how to play from different pianist. I'm not stretching my fingers at all its just my wrist gets tense.