Develop Attention Span of Your Child With Music. Part 10.
Physical and Superstructural Problems in Teaching Piano
In piano performance, onomatopoeic (voice) memory, the ability to see the notes, create sounds, hear oneself properly, distribute visual focus, control hands, fingers, and the force of impact represent physical problems.
The ability to evaluate sound and one’s own performance, think figuratively, perform creatively, enjoy performing – represent superstructural problems.