Advanced Sight-Reading Curriculum - Part 1
Looking at Only One Staff (5)
One of the main difficulties in sight-reading at the piano is the simple fact that we have two lines to read rather than just one, as most other instrumentalists have. With our eyes constantly shuttling back and forth between the staves, and trying to read ahead at the same time, it is no wonder that we don’t always have sufficient time to see everything on the page.
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