Last week we talked about what sight reading is and the best tips you can apply to your improving your sight reading skills when you are first starting to do this type of playing.
Today, we’re going to look at some specific ways to take that sight reading to the next level.
You don’t have to read through the whole piece at first if it’s too hard – but try reading through the first couple of pages to see how you do.
Just to review – there are specific things that you want to look at when you first sight read through any piece.
In the following video I do a lot of examples of sight reading different types of music at the piano so you can get a good practical feel of how to apply this information. Remember to always go slow, be patient, and incorporate sight reading into your daily playing and practicing as it will enable you to do a lot more on your piano and play just about any kind of music that you want to. Have fun!
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