We spent a good amount of time last month talking about how to perfect our two-handed piano playing.
By now you have probably experimented with playing your scales, exercises, and even some easier pieces with both hands together. Hopefully you are seeing growth in your two-handed playing and are feeling much more comfortable with this.
Have you tried using your metronome yet to get your fingers moving faster even when playing with both hands?
What you also might be discovering is that there are certain mistakes that you could be making which are slowing down your progress. Don’t worry, as many of these same mistakes are made by all piano players!
The reason we want to look at some of these common mistakes that pianists make when practicing two-handed playing is because it is a given that at least a few of these are going to come up in your own practicing and playing, and probably already are, especially if you are a beginner.
Take a look at some of the most common mistakes that pianists make when working on their two-handed playing to see if you recognize any of them in your own playing.
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