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Piano Technicalities 2

Definition and structureThe forearm movement is made of two very distinct stages -its positive and its negative movements-. The negative movement becomes its most important compound a...

Different ways people think when learning piano

Different ways people think when learning pianoThis week I have learnt a lot from one of my students I learnt that someone can be seriously interested in learning and still find it di...

Transition: Sonata forms

From all piano sonata sections, the transition is by far the least defined of them. Some musicians say the transitions are the truly creative functions of the sonata form some others ...

Piano Performance: Music Inertia VS Phrase Control

When we play a piece we have studied thoroughly, we used 5 different memories:The memory of the name of the notesThe memory of how the piece soundsThe memory of how the piece looks on...

How to analyse Haydn piano Sonatas

Introduction Analysing all Haydn Piano sonatas imply being aware of many different concepts related to the composition of these pieces. In general, my analysis are based on the theore...

10 Good Reasons to Learn Playing Piano

1. Improves CoordinationPlaying an instrument, e.g piano requires the brain to work at advanced speeds. Reading music is converted in the brain to the physical motion of playing the i...

The Alexander Technique Applied To The Piano

In this article I will give you some general notes about the Alexander Technique, which I would be delighted to transmit more fully during our piano lessons.During my career as a pian...

Haydn Sonata in F Hob. XVIF3 Bozner

NOTE: For the sake of this analysis, we will only consider themes, those musical compounds which are more than 8 bars long. EXPOSITIONTheme AThe correlation between short and long not...

How Can Music Benefit Children with Autism?

The Characteristics of Autism Children with autism may suffer from some or all of the characteristics from the Triad of Impairments . These can include: 1. Impairments ...

Not copying when we learn new pieces...

All of us would plead guilty` to listening to a recording of something we are about to perform before learning it and performing it I don t believe that there is a problem with this ...
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