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Improve your piano technique with Hanon exercises!
Quote from: Spiritfingaz on June 26, , PM Just to add to what has already been said, my teacher is a great gospel keyboard player and when I first started studying with him, I would wonder how he was able to do all these riffs and runs and it was really based primarily on Hanon, teaching him how to move his fingers. I started my piano lessons at 7 with Hanon, but without a metronome, like diverse was saying, I totally recommend doing Hanon just as the editor says with the different metronome markings and the exact fingerings. For classical pianists, these fingerings are indispensable and become natural especially when it comes to playing scales with thirds in both hands simultaneously and the tremolo exercise at the end, it is truly the building blocks of being a pianist. Also the practice techniques you learn from Hanon, I encourage to do different variations like the first 20 exercises are based on a pattern between the fingers, I would try different rhythms with a metronome and also different accents on each finger throughout the exercises. Also try holding down the 1 finger while the other fingers complete the exercise, it develops finger strength.
Hanon Revisited - Contemporary Piano Exercises