For checking live gigs, click on “Concerts” to watch the tracks around you to which you have already listened.
First, click on “Copy Spotify URI” by right-clicking on the track and then send a specific section to your friend with the time.
Spotify can automatically create a playlist according to the choice of your first song. In the case of running, it will create and play the other tracks on its own.
If you need to listen to songs in privacy, then go to the “Settings” option and then click on “Private Session” to keep the tracks private.
Tap on the track and get a preview of the track. Moreover, it will show you five more tracks for preview.
This is especially helpful when you’re first starting a piece, but it’s also a worthwhile thing to do throughout the learning process. Before you begin a new piece, take the time to make every possible observation you can about the music. What do you expect it to sound like? What is the music trying to communicate or portray? Think through all of the logistical aspects of the music like the time signature, key signature, roadmap, fingering, etc. Make a solid plan about what you’ll do when you take the music back to the piano. This will ensure that you start learning the music quickly and effectively.