I hear this from many of my students. After practicing hard one day, they discover they’ve forgotten much of what they had practiced the day before.
Frustrating? Yes! Unusual? Not at all.
Why does this happen? Because many students think that if they practice something only 2 or 3 times, it’s enough for today, and they’ll remember it tomorrow.
But learning to play the piano, is complicated. That’s because our brains go through a whole series of physical and biological changes as we practice. And these changes often take several days … a week … and maybe longer.
What can be done about this forgetting that happens from day to day? Three things ...
HOW you practice today
will determine what you will remember tomorrow.