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Polyrhythms Made Easy

John Bloomfield shows how to play and teach polyrhythms in this FREE video made available for a limited time.

Topic covered: Polyrhythms

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Teaching the Double Rotation

Robert Durso discusses the underlying principles and teaching challenges of the double rotation, followed by Edna Golandsky who further clarifies these principles in a master class. 

Topics covered in this free video: rotation, double rotation, pedagogy.

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When Hands Collide

John Bloomfield discusses situations in which the hands play in close proximity to one another and provides strategies for untangling the passages and making them easier to play.

Topics covered in this free video: interdependence of hands, shared notes, hands playing close together.

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When Rotation Meets In and Out

What is it like to play without twisting or curling fingers? In the FREE video below, Edna Golandsky discusses the way that rotation and in and out movements become integrated in a scale, preventing uncomfortable and sometimes painful finger positions. You need a union between both rotation and in and out movements to play without strain—just as you need a strong foundation to build a house.