Practice Makes Purr-fect
I’m back to my blog after a long break. First, I was so packed with my hectic schedule. Last semester was the busiest semester throughout my life in SMU. Second, I got a full month’s holiday and affected myself with HK TVB drama fever once again.
And honestly, another reason is because of a particular module that I’ve in my school. This module motivated me again to write my blog.
Nonetheless, I am really excited about this time, because I’ve got so much to share with everyone.
Another reason, why I kept busy is because I am so crazy about learning piano. It started when I was so fascinated watching someone play an instrument well. I would love to have that kind of talent. I used to learn organ and harmonica when I was really young. I started taking organ lessons at the age of 10. Sadly, after 2 years of learning, I moved house and eventually moved to Singapore.
Honestly, I don’t have natural talent. I learn piano quite slow. Imagine... I am an adult who decided to take up the piano. To be honest, it is not easy to start the piano. It needs to spend a lot of time practising. It often requires a lot of dedication and practice to get the results.
In this blog, I would like to share my experiences learning piano as an adult learner. Some people believed that the only way to learn piano was to start very young. I guess the reasons because when starting young, we can understand things quicker and focus better. Though my progress is very slow, the process of learning makes me joy.
So far, I have learnt a few simple songs. And currently, during my free time, I will keep learning some new songs. I am looking for free piano sheets, any recommendation? I believe a great deal of joy and fun can be had playing the piano at any age.