In the process of learning erhu, you must use scientific methods to practice in order to achieve good results.
In the initial stage, we must always pay attention to whether the playing posture and basic method are correct.
Wrong posture and method will not only look awkward, but also cause some muscles to become stiff, unnatural and uncoordinated in movement, difficult to improve the technique, and even make the problem more difficult to correct with more practice.
Since Erhu performance is quite technical, it should be practiced regularly, even if the time is short, it is better than no practice at all.
If possible, keep practicing every day. As the saying goes, "you don't practice hands for three days", which makes sense.
Every time you learn a new piece or etude, especially a quick technique or difficult passage, be sure to start slowly.
In the practice, we must master the essentials of the method, and gradually transition from conscious movements to skilled habitual movements without thinking.
Practice with this method in order to ensure the mastery of quality and skills.
For example, if you are a beginner to fast bow, you can only have energy to pay attention to practical methods of wrist and arm, coordination with the left hand, pitch, rhythm, sound quality and other issues from the beginning of slow practice; speed requirements.
In the process of learning the piano, we will inevitably encounter some difficult passages, which requires us to practice repeatedly.
It is to take out the difficult parts and repeat the key exercises.
To achieve fluency and freedom, and then connect with other parts to practice, after everything is smooth, then practice the whole song repeatedly.
Beginners should not practice the piano for too long each time. If the hands feel tired, they need to rest and adjust properly before practicing.
The learning process should also train the correct pitch and rhythm.
A keen sense of hearing is especially important for those who learn string music. Any deviations in pitch and rhythm during performance must be detected and corrected immediately.
There must be strict requirements in practice, and a sloppy attitude will never be able to learn well.