Also, in only a few years you won't have the musical background like someone who's been playing for years and years will have. You've got a lot of work to do!
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- 17-02-2010 23:52
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- 18-02-2010 00:06
well i got merit but that is before i started really practising and besides it was due to my sight reading at the time that get me marked down. i have been playing the moonlight sonata mvt 3, arabesque no 1, clair de lune etc
(Original post by Ian1992)
- 25-02-2010 15:27
you assume i mean i want to be a famous concert pianist who is world renowned and is the best but there are plenty who aren't but are still really good and i would just like to play piano for a living, is that so bad?
The oft-quoted figure is that most 'experts' have 10,000 hours of practice. Given your late start, it is unfortunately going to be very difficult for you to catch-up to the thousands of others who also want to be concert pianists and have been playing for hours every day since they were 5.