Your Lie In April has such beautiful piano music in it. I mean, isn’t this a lovely intro to a piece:
If you’re interested, you can get the full sheet music here: Your Lie In April Piano Sheet Music
And in this post I’ll share some tips on how you can learn it quickly and effectively.
An effective approach when learning a piece like this is to learn the ending first, then work your way backward. I know it may sound strange… actually I’m planning to write a post explaining exactly why it works… but for now, you may have to trust me.
So let’s start with the last line. You would want to practice this until you can play it almost perfectly. If you find it challenging, slow the tempo right down (make sure you use a metronome) and practice hands separately before putting them together.
And after a short while at your lovely piano… or maybe a long while at your darn piano… you should sound something like this:
Your Lie In April Piano Sheet Music – Ending
After that, you would start practicing the line immediately before this one. Practice it until you get it sounding something like this:
Your Lie In April Piano Sheet Music – Second Last Line
I hope you enjoyed this post and I hope you get a copy of this piece and learn it yourself. It really is a lovely piano piece. And I’m sure you would have a lot of fun learning it.
It is a challenging piece so remember to take it slow and steady.
I’m planning to cover some more Anime music in this style so be sure to let me know if you like this type of thing and I’ll make it a priority.
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Thanks for reading and have a lovely day.