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Learn how to play Polonaise by Rafał Bienias on piano with this Synthesia piano tutorial! Please enjoy!
A cool, brisk, starry night passes in Poland as Rafał Bienias sits down at his piano to compose a song, but there’s just one problem: Writer’s Block. For the life of him, he just can not manage to get out the chords and melodies in his head. He knows there’s something there. If only he could get the inspiration he needs – maybe he needs to take a walk, listen to some other music, play a game… Though, at this point, time travel wouldn’t be a bad option. “No,” he thinks to himself, “what a silly idea -”.
It’s at that moment he feels himself pulled strongly backwards and suddenly blinded by a flash of light. Tumbling, freewheeling through a seemingly endless blue void, he sees visions of musicians, concerts, sheet music, and instruments, all while a cacophony of sound echoes around him. The last thing he sees is.. Wait, is that Chopin? Then another flash of light.
He tumbles out of the tunnel and lands with a thud – in front of none other than Frederic Chopin. Both incredulous as to what’s going on, neither can bring themselves to ask any questions about the situation. Rafał speaks first, introducing himself. He explains his situation, to which Chopin pulls him close, places a hand on his chest and says “Don’t play from your fingers. Play from here, your heart.” Something sparks in Rafał’s core and he knows exactly what needs to be done. One more flash and he’s back in his room, unsure if any of that just happened but the spark is still there. He places his fingers on the keys of his piano and plays, not from his fingers… but from his heart.
Composed by Rafał Bienias
Edited by Samuel Dickenson
Thumbnail and description by Joshua Anderson
Produced by Andrew Wrangell & Samuel Dickenson