First, I think you are smart to consider a traditional (monofocal) lens implant. With only one good eye, I think you would be one of those "I can't see at any distance" patients if you had a polyfocal implant.
If your pupils are small under bright light such as reading or playing the piano, this gives you "depth of focus". What this means is that your focus point could be set for "piano" or even farther out, but you would be able to read comfortably. If you set your implant for "distance" then you probably will need glasses to read.
If your pupils are smaller than 3 mm when you read, you might consider having your implant set just a little nearsighted, like -1 or -1.5 diopter (don't worry about what diopter means, your doctor knows). This would give you nice intermediate "in the house" vision even under lower light.
This is a complex decision. The best way to feel confident in your choice is to try different situations out with contact lenses.