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ID number:933350
Published: 27.04.2021.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

For me as a pianist, it’s quite funny that I didn’t think of this link between these two things earlier. From the beginning of piano playing, there has always been numbers, thinking ahead, patterns, everything in music is made of math. Rhythm, accords, intervals, tachometer, the length of each note. The first thing you learn by playing piano, is which finger to use, when you are playing each key, you need to think which one is the best so you wouldn’t miss any finger at the end of the play. In reality you just need to count your fingers and find the pattern how you are going to change them so it’s easy to play and don’t messes anything up. Maybe piano playing is the reason why I like math so much or maybe it’s the other way around. Because music is just a hobby for me, but math came more naturally at 7th grade, when I knew that I’m going to become a math specialist, maybe even a math teacher, because that is the one thing I like more than anything and one thing that I can do better than others.…

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