Important Role of Basic Finger Training in Piano Learning

Wei LI


Piano beginners mostly suffer the similar basic finger problems due to their own and external reasons. Basic finger training can improve the problems during playing and finger capacity is also required as the basis for the playing skills needed in piano works. This paper analyzes the current situation of beginners’ finger basis and combines the significance of basic finger training in piano learning to make the beginners emphasize basic training and develop good piano practicing habits.


piano learning; hand pattern; finger support

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