Grand Staff is a perfectly SYMMETRICAL system. Treble and Bass are mirroring one another.
This is the MAP that EVERYONE should know about.
Without this MAP beginners get lost very often.
Learn 3 most important landmarks – Middle C , Second and Third octaves C – and you can figure out any note, interval or chord in a snap of a finger!
It means that:
You can learn to play piano and read music using both hands from the start.
You can easily locate any note and any key of Treble and Bass clefs without any tedious cramming.
You can read notes and navigate keys simultaneously.
You can grasp the entire system of notes without memorizing them one by one.
You can see all the music score layout keys from the bird’s eye view.
The results are: tons of saved time, energy and quick, steady and long lasting results.
This is why 'Soft Way to Mozart' is so powerful and effective in piano lessons.
*A note: visual perception of the Grand Staff as MIRRORING system is also contributing to the sharpening and improving people’s brains: it promotes SPATIAL imagination and builds more connections between the Right and the Left Hemispheres.*
*No, you won’t be dependant on vertical view of the Grand Staff for the rest of your life! We all develop spatial imagination from infancy by looking at the same rattles from different angles. Learn first how to match keys with notes and after that turn sheet music to traditional position.