Lectures , Pedagogy

The Taubman Approach in Australia Series: Changing Fingering in Sequential Passages

The Taubman Approach in Australia Series: Changing Fingering in Sequential Passages
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Basic , Lectures , Pedagogy

Three Pedals, Two Feet: An Overview of the Pedals

John Bloomfield gives a broad overview of the uses of the piano's three pedals.
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Lectures , Pedagogy

Using Für Elise to Transition from Intermediate to Advanced Repertoire

Robert Durso uses Für Elise and the Tempest Sonata to discuss and illustrate ways to transition students into advanced repertoire.
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Lectures , Pedagogy

Waldesrauschen – How to see the Trees from the Forest!

Robert Durso lectures on Waldesrauschen: How to see the Trees from the Forest!
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Lectures

When Practice Does Not Make Perfect

What do we do when practice does not make perfect? Edna Golandsky discusses practicing and talks about how to make practice time more efficient.
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Lectures , Pedagogy

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.
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Lectures , Pedagogy

When Rotation Meets the In and Out

Edna Golandsky discusses the way that the rotation and in and out movements become integrated in a scale.
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