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Piano Lessons: Level One Musical: Lesson 10

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[MUSIC]
This
is Peery habits level 1, musical lesson
number 10.
Now you know the entire 16th century
marks.
So you're going to want to practice this
five times per day, five days a week,
marking your boxes with either an x or a
star,
with a star being when you get all the
fern steps exactly right.
This is a pretty fast piece, especially
when you're first starting out,
speed is the last thing you need to be
worried about.
So for this week, I'm going to play for
you the piece at two different speeds.
The first speed will be the speed that is
absolutely acceptable,
it's slower than what's marked down in the
music, and it's okay.
It's better to play it slowly and well,
and speed will come.
It's, it comes for everybody.
So the speed I suggest, and even when you
get it fast,
you should still practice it this speed.
So out of five times that you're
practicing it,
you should play three times at a fast
speed.
And at least two times at what we call a
medium speed.
So the medium speed I'm choosing, which is
kind of on the slower end, is 92.
So I'm gonna play this first time with the
metronome.
And always play your medium speeds with
the metronome.
And if this is as fast as you can play it,
well that's fine too.
So if this is as fast as you can play it
well,
do three times no metronome, and two times
with metronome 92.
When you play it perfectly, just move it
up speed by speed.
Now our goal speed is 120.
So I'm gonna play it one time at 92,
and one time at 120.
Any speed between 90 and or, sorry 92 and
120 would be good enough to become Peery
certified.
So let's hear it first at 92.
[MUSIC]
One, two, ready go.
[MUSIC]
Metronome 120, I won't play this one with
the metronome.
But, if you're practicing it, like I said,
do three times fast and
then do two times at that really slower
metronome 92 with the metronome.
That will help it from getting a big mess.
Ready, go.
[MUSIC]
So work hard on 16th Century March, and
send me in a video when you're ready to
evaluate for your Peery certification.
[MUSIC]