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For the beginner IMPORTANT LESSON #17

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For the beginner IMPORTANT LESSON #17

Post by jytte on Sat Sep 04, 2010 2:37 pm

Dear Andrew, this is not as much a question, as it is a request.

I think most of us, when first starting out, experience some aches and pains in hands, wrists etc. Especially when we practice a LOT. This goes away as we get better. A great help for me, and others with the same problem, was finally finding your lesson #17 (correct posture etc.), but that usually happens weeks down the road. I've seen it posted time and time again, it would have been a great help to know this at the very beginning, as it is a very important and informative lesson.

I can understand if you don't want to re-number or re-arrange your lessons, but how about making a reference to that paticular lesson (#17) at the very beginning, to help people get started right.


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Re: For the beginner IMPORTANT LESSON #17

Post by Pianoted on Sat Sep 04, 2010 10:20 pm

There is an overview of all lessons on Andrew's other website, the piano school site, telling you what each lesson is about:

But it would be a good idea to put it somewhere where more people will see it, for example as a sticky thread. It can always be debated which lessons should be emphasized and which ones are of less importance.
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