This course is designed to teach you how to memorize three movements of Clementi’s sonatina op.36 no.1. It is also designed to teach you the discipline that a pianist has to develop in order to memorize music quickly and efficiently.
One of the first things that an aspiring pianist needs to learn is how to memorize music. Since a beginner most likely isn’t able to read music that well, memorization allows him or her to actually be able to play the music that he or she may like. This is why this course is important, especially for beginner pianists, in order to learn the correct discipline which will allow the pianist to memorize the music quickly and to be able to enjoy music sooner, before the pianist learns to sight-read.
I chose Clementi’s op.36 no.1 sonatina because it is not a difficult work. Also, it has a quite catchy tune that I definitely enjoy playing. It is a really fun piece of music to play and I think you will find it quite enjoyable to play once you memorize all three movements.
Join me in this course and learn how I memorize my music. It will help you on your piano journey!