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Yan

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...
Rafael

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...
Juan

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...
Thomas

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 ...
Juan

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 ...
Marek

Five Reasons Why Music Theory is Important for Your Kids Education

What is this magical term called Music Theory? Music theory is a fixed set of rules that allows the player to understand the complex art of music. Musicians must follow certain rules,...
Przemyslaw

Integral piano teaching methodology- elements

Detailed technical guidance Understanding the energy transformations and physical processes that occur to one s hands and body while performing is a key-point in teaching the pia...
Immanuel

THE BEGINNER`S GUIDE TO PRACTICE

Beginner`s Guide to Practice My most recent post about instrumental practice was primarily aimed at the professional musician and music student, although most of the practice techniq...
Juan

Haydn Piano Sonata XVI:12

Haydn XVI:12First Movement –& AndanteEXPOSITIONThis early sonata slowly starts departing from the 'partita' structure and establishes its first movement in a clear classical sonat...
Juan

Haydn Sonata Hob. XVI:9 in F

AllegroEXPOSITIONThis is a classic example of sonata form in its simplest expression.'A', in F, states the tonic using a full bodied chord to begin with. The main motive is defined by...
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