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Hi, i've been playing the piano for 10 years, and i mostly played from memory during my first 3 years with the instrument, and eventually for a work wich requires to (like Chopin etude opus 10. no 1)

I'd like to memorize some music but i'm bad at it, or i don't have the will/time to do it.

I'd like to be able to, as i would like to play some simple pieces for some friends at the piano in their houses (for example mozart piano sonata k330) without carrying the score.

Do you think playing from memory is any important?
Do you have any recommendatios? thanks
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If you are playing in front of an audience it is best to have the sheet music in front of you so that you can refer to it , even if you have memorised it there is always the possibility of mistakes if you say yourself that you are bad at memorising. Nothing wrong with memorising though.
 
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