Dust Away the Cobwebs and prepare for Spring
Tomorrow, clocks go forward an hour. Although it may not feel like it in many parts of the UK, there is no question that spring has finally arrived. Daffodils have pushed their way through the snow and the weather is starting to feel a little warmer. With the arrival of spring, many people are likely to start throwing themselves into their piano practice. Fingers are no longer sheathed by woolen gloves, and one can sit on the piano stool without huddling in a blanket. Spring is the season for piano practise.
Get Back into the Swing this Spring
If you feel like playing, but are a bit rusty; don’t worry! Once you start playing, you will soon get back into the swing of things. Start off with some simple scales or studies to warm your fingers up, and ease yourself back into the technicalities of playing. If you have any short and simple classical pieces then these are sure to get you into the mood for some spring time playing! Short, simple minuets and gavottes are an excellent start when it comes to pieces. The light nature of classical era minuets is perfect for spring, and this style of playing will ready you for more complex music.
Invest in a New Electric Piano
If you are getting the urge to play but you need an instrument that’s up to then job, have a look on the Chase Direct website. Chase Direct stock an enormous range of electric pianos and digital pianos at a wide range of prices. No matter what kind of digital instrument you would like to invest in this Spring time, Chase Direct will have something for you. Weather it’s the excellent value for money Chase P-50, or the phenomenal Kawai KDP-110 with its amazing sound quality and tone, all pianos from Chase are sure to please. If you are unsure of what you need, call the piano team for advice.