>>61589776 Learn the standard major and natural, harmonic, and melodic minor scales. Learn how to play arpeggios spanning multiple octaves. Start doing Hanon exercises. Understand music theory starting with basic harmony (triads and seventh chords in both root and 1st, and 2nd inversions) and rhythm by understanding not values. If you want to get into jazz start learning basic 2 5 1 sequences in different fingering positions. Learn standard progressions and understand roman numeral values for each chord in each key. start with the I, IV, and V chords for major scales and then move onto minor scales. If you're trolling then go play the guitar so you don't have to learn what music theory be.
>>61591725 No prob. A word of advice: the Well-Tempered Clavier aren't exactly beginner pieces, you may learn a prelude or two when you're beginning, but it'll take you a while before you can play any fugues. Don't be discouraged however!
>>61589776 Well, if you want to play good, then don't try by for any reason to start with youtube tutorials or whoever is not a teacher
You will get LOT of things wrong, that's natural, and the teacher work is to help you and correct you
So better try looking for a teacher, and of course not whoever who says "i teach piano" If he is not a professional pianist then im sure he won't be a good teacher (maybe im wrong, but im pretty sure is like always this)
>>61592071 Buy the Hanon and Czerny studies. My copy of Hanon had scales, major, minor (armonic and melodic, but weirdly not natural) and chromatic, along with arpeggios studies for tremolos, trills, repeated notes, etc. Czermy is really good. (Get as many as you can, Op. 599, Op. 299, Op. 740) Also the Bach two part inventions are good for getting to play Bach.
Also this. https://archive.org/stream/elementsofpianot00hutcuoft#page/n3/mode/2up
But all these books are practically useless without a teacher and will not suffice for playing the WTC, at least not with satisfactory sound and technique, so yeah, get a teacher.
>>61592553 I don't remember any material, I'm currently learning to sight-read using Czerny's Op. 599 and selecting random Studies. To sight read, use a metronome ( you can use online metronomes) set a slow tempo, get a very basic piece and get reading. Make sure that you prioritise rhythm and fingerings. And get a damn teacher, what I just said doesn't begin to cover other things that are intuitive for me now but I can't really describe, I'm not a teacher, get a good one and they'll probably teach you.
>>61592814 No problem, hope you find a good teacher!
There's a site called teoria where you can practice sight reading and recognizing intervals (which really is what sight reading as you're not really reading the actual notes but recognizing the interval between it (minor third, perfect 5th, like that). Also I'm lazy but there's a bunch of book with great little drills where you can specifically play small pieces to practice sight reading.
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