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Unless one makes the piano sing


#1

those vibrations really aren’t good for us. That’s what I’m thinking now and making the piano sing requires a lot of energy. It depends on if one considers the piano a stringed instrument or a percussion instrument.


#2

I used to love to play the piano, now I think it just sucks. I don’t know what happened. What’s even worse is having to fight anxiety while I have to play for people, all eyes staring at your every move.


#3

The performer has to stay focused on what he is doing. The more focused he us, the more focused the audience will be - accept sometimes there are people in the audience who refuse to join in the spirit of the occasion. Hopefully, they only get bored.