Daniel Abrams – Practicing & Performing: A Pianist’s Guide
Aug 25 2015
Practice for results and perform with confidence! Whether you are into the blues or Beethoven, you need a comprehensive set of mental, emotional and physical skills to help you play your best. Famed concert pianist and composer Daniel Abrams reveals a wealth of essential insiders’ tips that will dramatically improve your playing regardless of your preferred style or musical genre.
He shows pianists of all levels and styles how to get maximum results from minimum time spent at the keyboard, and provides the tools to practice and perform with strength and confidence.
Learning about relaxation, inspiration, breathing, focus, attitude and interpretation is just as important as concentrating on more traditional topics like phrasing, scales, wrist action, pedaling and understanding chords. You’ll learn what to do when mistakes are made and how to isolate, practice and master difficult passages.
Never waste another practice session without getting results! Once you start using these techniques, your playing will become more expressive, you’ll see dramatic improvement in your playing, and you’ll enjoy your time spent at the keyboard!
Running time: 01:16:27
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