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#1051135 - 01/18/09 07:14 AM Should I re-learn from the beggining or go to the difficult?  
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Hi Everybody,

I have already mentioned some about me in other posts, but well, I am adult re-starter who left piano 10 years ago, and at that time I did not learn that much really.

I am going to start lessons next week, and I have practiced a little with a book and easy lessons, which for me were not easy at all.. even simple things appear complicated by now.

But.. I tryed to play somo pieces that I could play well 10 years ago.. and for my own surprice, I can play it (more or less). For example, L'arabesque of Burgmüller.

My question is, if do you think that I should go directly to this difficult level (not that difficult, but for me it is) and re-start from there, or better, for the wellness of my technique and knowlege, start from the absolute begginig.

Thanks a lot.

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#1051136 - 01/18/09 10:41 AM Re: Should I re-learn from the beggining or go to the difficult?  
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Audition for your teacher and let him/her make his/her recommendations - consider it and if it sounds reasonable and makes sense go with it thumb

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