About a year later, I began to attend church and found myself very focused on the band, particularly the piano and organ player. After service, I asked if I could sit in on future rehearsals and soon discovered that the band was learning new songs not by sheet music but by listening to CDs. I was highly impressed because I only thought music was learned by sheet music. I thought to myself, how are they doing this? I shortly discovered on my own how to listen to any song on the radio, and play it within a matter of seconds.
At this time, knowing how to play the piano by sheet-music and by ear, I definitely choose playing by ear. Most people that I run into ask how is it possible? All those years of wondering "How do others do it", I am now asked that same question. I LOVE IT! I absolutely love the fact that I can play any song that I choose to, just by listening to it. No difficult sheet music to play; which limits me to only play how the composer tells me to. In my book; Horton's Ways Around the Piano Keys, I show you the true fundamentals of how to play the piano, not just memorizing a few chords and songs. Anyone can learn music if you are told to only play specific notes and chords. I go a bit deeper. I show you chords, and I tell you why these chords are used. That way, you can form your own chords and play your own music freely; not robotically like sheet music. Don't get me wrong, sheet music is a good method of learning, but it doesn't allow you to learn how to play your own music, or music on the radio.
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