I put this thread up a long time ago - I've made no advancement in sheet reading, I did however come across an excellent YouTube video that taught Moonlight Sonata note for note. It was a challenge which I stuck to and practiced a little every day, learning one section at a time and repeating it until it was engrained in my head. Even though I managed to learn back then, I've forgotten it again, which is where sight reading music has its advantages.
Sigh reading is very advanced for me, just chord is OK but not notation.
I uploaded my effort on Moonlight Sonata here on the AMP, it's by no means a perfect performance, but it was about the best I could do at the time and I got through the whole piece from start to finish without stopping.
My main instrument is guitar, if I'd practiced the Piano I would have remembered more.
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