It is our duty as teachers to promote our profession to others at every step, and to spread the right knowledge and information about its special advantages and benefits to people.

For example, learning to play piano music is not only for acquiring aesthetics, artistic sense and discipline, but also for intellectual development. In a word, when learning music, other than breathing, heart rate, and digestion, the conscious action parts of the brain such as "seeing, hearing, moving, balance, thinking, thinking, imagining, concentration, recalling, feeling, and emotion" all come into action at the same time. .

Forehead Center: Reasoning, cognition, planning, visual memory

Center of movement : control and organization of muscle movement

Sensory Center of the Body : Analyzes sensory information from the skin and other parts

Visual center: Analyzes the optic nerve from the eye. Controls vision. Compares information from vision with memory and other sensory information.

Hearing and Speech Center : Analyzes auditory information from the ear. Controls human speech and listening comprehension.

Inferior Lobe: Regulates recall of information and memories and mood.

Cerebrum : Responsible for complex and flawless movements of the body.


For example, playing just one note requires a lot of thinking at the same time.

  • A note is an encoding. So, by looking at the note or code, read it and find out exactly where it is located on the music.
  • What key note? What is the name of the note? Where is the music located? When playing the piano, fine notes are written - notes in the treble clef, and coarse notes are written - there are notes in the F key. Notes written in the same position but played in different places depending on the key.
  • Which hand to play? The left and right hand notes are written on five separate lines. The notes written in this way should be read and played at the same time.
  • How many fingers to play? Depending on where the particular note of the composition is located and how it is arranged, the music is calculated in advance as to which finger will be comfortable to play in the position of the hand.
  • While thinking about the position of the note and which hand is which finger, will you also play this note for a long time? play quickly? You should also know that
  • Play loud? A note that needs to be played softly?
  • Play it in connection with other notes? or play it separately?
  • Along with the left hand notes? Disagree?
  • Along with the pedals, you can use your left or right foot to press and hold the cup as needed