Analysis on the Value of Inner Music Hearing for Cultivation of Piano Learning

Shu SU

Abstract


Piano performance, which is an auditory art, delivers fantastic melody into one’s brain through his ears. Then, the music appreciators can resonate emotionally and achieve a mutual correspondence with their aesthetic ideas. Therefore, one not only needs to absorb music with their external hearing but also needs to cultivate their inner music perception during piano learning. This paper gives a comprehensive elaboration and some suggestions on how to cultivate the inner music hearing during piano learning.


Keywords


Music perception; Hearing; Piano Learning; Psychology

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8652

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