Keep in mind that you probably won’t learn the full piece in one day, so spend time and be patient. This process is tiring for the brain, so once you feel like you can’t concentrate anymore, take a break. I struggle to remember myself and believed myself alone and inferior.

On the one hand you divide the music into more manageable pieces, but you also rewrite the more detailed details of the notation into larger structures. Choosing a recognizable scale from a longer passage not only serves to splic the passage in a useful way, but also compiles all the smaller notes on the scale into a single larger entity with a clear function. Have you ever seen a great pianist perform a complicated piece of memory???

If you constantly repeat that it is too difficult and cannot, you are probably right. So don’t forget to give yourself encouraging words and think you can. Believe it’s easy and you love to practice, and you’ll be amazed at how much faster and easier you can learn and remember everything. I would like to add that if you play a piece just before you go to sleep at night, it has a higher priority to be stored in your long-term memory while sleeping, you can also play mentally while trying to fall asleep . Then, if you play it again just as you wake up, it will confirm it in your long-term memory and update it in your short-term memory. I notice that, in addition to what you recommend, practice with your eyes closed, sing the other voice while playing with your hands separately, starting at random points in the piece and also blocking the practice of all help.

It doesn’t take that long to remember some facts about thirty different keys. For example, understanding would mean knowing which key the piece is in, hand positions, chord patterns and intervals. This is the BEST type of memory because if you understand the piece you can know where you are going and pick it up if you make a mistake. Analyzing is the safest type of memory because you remember music in “pieces”.”If you know what the next chord is, you can at least move on to the next part and not get stuck as you can with the engine memory. Lisa Witt has been teaching piano lessons for 19 years and at that time she helped hundreds of students learn to play the songs they love.

Only learning music from top to bottom can have a negative effect in the long term. A better understanding of the harmonic structure of a piano piece goes a long way to memory. Each piece of music has a kind of melodic and harmonic structure that can be easily identified with a basic analysis. While playing the piano a lot is based on what you can see and read, much of it is also based on sensation.

The only time multitasking works is in step # 6. Having music play in the background while performing other tasks helps your brain absorb it subliminally. However, shaggy keep in mind that music and language are in two different parts of the brain, and just because you can easily remember notes doesn’t mean you will remember words.

One day I have to make a final list of memorization methods. This helps with ear training and also gives your ear a better anchor to follow. There are only a few that I thought would really help. Thanks for such a good blog and writing so great about memorization.

I can easily remember it by repetition, but this way it takes a long time and I get bored with the piece before I finish it. I started applying a different technique and it works wonders, but it is tiring and it seems that you are doing homework. By doing this process, I can learn one or two pages in one day. Do not wait until it is perfectly remembered to move one to the next section. Once you learn, there is speed when you work with the technique. The best way to do this is to go through the section and say the notes out loud without touching them.