Progressing faster at the piano will allow you to significantly increase your work power. It also provides solutions to difficult problems to overcome. The chapter devoted to deciphering illustrates this point well: Many musicians experience a particularly slow progression in sight reading, despite very good general skills. The reasons for this difficulty lie for many in the unconscious mechanisms of the gaze, and the reader will find in these pages effective solutions to eliminate this painful brake.
The book offers reflections and ways to go further. By exposing the benefits of knowledge in music theory, he also explains its limitations. Numerous and persistent, the erroneous ideas light up with ease. The aspects of the technique are studied one by one, but also through an overview rarely discussed. Well understood, it helps to avoid waste of time invested, often resulting in months, even years of unsuccessful work.
From one page to another, the artistic essence remains the thread of this particularly complete work. The reader will appreciate the suggestions of authors to diversify his repertoire, the technical information on the means of recording, or the chapters on tuning and harmonization, which agreeably complement the main axis of the subject.