I will be doing the hand exercises with her next. The walking fingers, the three taps per finger...
Hellene, Sarahs scores for the hands are as follows:
Ode to joy
L1 18/18 2
R1 26/30 18
oh, and I do know that we need to work on better sitting arrangements... the table also is still missing some screws and the laptop is very wobbly and makes the playing of the games quite hard, but we will get there in time.
Ode to Joy, Beethoven
she LOVE to play just the left hand and is super fast and accurate with it.. I think it is because there in not too much movement.. she does the Hanon exercises but the fingers "fly" away from the keys quite a way when they are not playing..
Jingle Bells (Variation 3) Anybody can Play Soft Mozart 1.5)
01/03/18 Visualization 5: P, 97/101, Time 11
02/03/18 Visualisation 1: P, 101/101, Time 11
This is the first piece I am meeting a bit of resistance from my fingers. The others in that folder I could play pretty fast with both hands little errors.
So, I will keep practicing this and will post a video as well... Kids first though.
27/02/18: Time: 3:00, Score: 321, Level 25
01/03/18: Time: 3:00, Score: 321, Level 25
02/03/18: Time: 3.25, Score: 391, Level 28 (I played to finish the collection of the points--> that is where the time difference came from
Guess Key School:
27/02/18: Time: 3.00, Score 701
01/03/18: Time: 3.01, Score 732
02/03/18: Time: 3.25, Score 997
Okay, We are off to a good start I think! Sarah enjoyed the surprise symphony a lot (the listening especially) she thought all the different versions of the theme sounded like different people... We definitely heard a mean old uncle in there
her scores for the games (we set up a new piano table and can now work independently from MY computer which is a blessing
(our date format is now and will be dd/mm/yy)
01/03/18: Time 2:31 score 38
Ode to joy:
01/03/18: visualization1, Position P, 42/48, Time 49
I will have her practice again in a bit and then do a video and upload this here.