Before delving in the exercises, to learn how to use the most of your piano, you need to build the independence of your fingers. This independence must be developed separately one hand at a time and never together. Check the pianos for sale if you want to purchase one.
It’s advisable in any case, before starting with the left (which otherwise ends up becoming usually the weakest hand given their lower work that this has in the executions).
A quick and easy way to develop this fantastic technique is the following exercise:
1) Try to put your hand on the 5 buttons do, re, mi, fa, sol (the 4th octave, that of middle C).
2) Now try to play one note at a time slowly, making sure to create continuous sounds and do not place it that the two consecutive sounds (are played as do, re, mi, fa, sol, do, I, D, C with respective fingering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1).
3) Now try to press all 5 buttons together and follow a finger at a time sounds (for example: you will sound simultaneously re, mi, fa, sol holding them for the duration of the year and then the sounds do. Now do the remains pressed down along with me, and sol ago and hit the king. The king is down together to do, and makes the sun and hit me, and so on…)
4) Now you have to repeat this exercise with the other hand.
PS: do not worry if you will struggle to articulate the 4th and 5th finger, know that it is absolutely natural that difficult especially at the beginning as these fingers are already weak in nature. But rest assured, definitely following this simple exercise will improve with continued studies.
Continue with the exercises of these five notes until the succession of notes do, re, mi, fa, sol and sol, do, I, D, C is safe enough and homogeneous rhythmically.
These exercises should be performed with a metronome to 40 up to 80 within a week (the speed increase should be gradual).
What is the metronome?
The metronome is a tool that can give bpm or “beats per minute”. Have the metronome “40” means that the metronome will make 40 beats per minute.
What is it?
It serves to adjust the speed of a workpiece. Every beat of the metronome is equivalent to an eighth note (1/8). So you in your exercises used the notes do, re, mi, fa, sol, or with the value of 8.1, a note every beat of the metronome.