Why Is Piano Accompaniment So Difficult

Why Is Piano Accompaniment So Difficult?

Why is piano accompaniment so difficult ?
In theory it is quite a simple process.

There are seven notes in the scale.

You can form seven chords on those seven notes.

After you finger the first chord,                                         (I)
there are six other chords that you can change to.

You can move 1, 2 or 3 fingers up.                                     (VI  IV  II)

You can move 1, 2 or 3 fingers down.                                (III  V  VII)

And sometimes you can add a 4th finger.      (6th, 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th)

That looks quite simple. So why is it so difficult?

Of course you still need to train your fingers to make the moves.

And that comes with repetition (practice).

Stop playing the FOOL and go play the PIANO.

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