I’m going to make a very long story short. I’ll fill in all of the details later.
I quit because I really didn’t understand music. I could play okay, but I knew that I was missing something.
What was his secret?
I couldn’t understand how he did it.
How could someone who never had a piano lesson in his entire life play better than someone who had 13 years of lessons?
And it was obvious that he knew more about music than I did, because he could learn a song just by listening to a recording.
Once again, to make a long story short, I learned more from this self-taught musician in six months, than I did in 13 years of formal piano lessons.
This guy couldn’t even read sheet music, and I could — and yet, he had something that I didn’t.
fact, at the time, if he and I had taken a college entrance exam for
music, I would have passed, and he would have definitely failed. I had all of the formal training - and he had none.
I played complex pieces by Chopin, Beethoven and Mozart.
He played songs by the Beatles and other rock bands.
And therein lies the secret.
When my self-taught friend sat down to learn a Beatle’s song, he’d listen to the recording and know exactly where to start…he’d start with the chords.
As it turns out, chords are the foundation of every song ever written!
I would say that's an extremely important piece of information if you truly want to understand how music works.
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