Pianist #102

Jul 12 2022

Pianist #102

Pianist #102 PDF download. For the passionate players, or early beginners, Pianist PDF magazine will teach you the art of piano playing through professional advice, sheet music and lessons for all levels. Your piano playing journey starts here with the magazine that doubles as an entertaining read and the ultimate interactive piano teacher. Read, learn and play the piano with Pianist magazine every issue.
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Pianist #102 issue contents:

  • Reader Competition. WIN a pair of tickets to the finals of the Leeds International Piano Competition
  • Readers’ Letters. Why you should practise scales; when you should substitute fingers
  • News. Bicentenary celebrations of Beethoven and Broadwood; the ‘Second’ Concerto of Grieg on CD; pianists at the Proms
  • First Person. Mark Viner on Oxford days and seeking the repertoire paths less travelled
  • Reader Competition. Win a weekend at the Oxford Piano Festival
  • Yeol Eum Son. From finding the right height for her piano stool to recording with Sir Neville Marriner: the low-down on a young virtuoso
  • How to Play Masterclass 1. Face up to your fear of hand-crossing: Mark Tanner urges you to be bold
  • How to Play Masterclass 2. Your fingerings are your choice, says Graham Fitch: here are some first principles to guide you
  • How to Play 1. Melanie Spanswick with a pair of simple studies by Ludvig Schytte (Scores page 28)
  • How to Play 2. Enjoying the fresh charms of a lovely Summer Song by Agathe Backer Grondahl with the help of Annabel Thwaite (Scores page 38)
  • How to Play 3. Sinding’s immortal Rustle of Spring: it’s easier than it looks, says Lucy Parham (Scores page 57)
  • The Scores. Head up north with a Scandinavian-themed, 40-page pull-out section of sheet music for all levels – plus the winning score of our Composing Competition!
  • Beginner Keyboard Class. Lesson No 29 with Hans-Gunter Heumann: Exercises for hand-crossing and more
  • Piano Teacher Help Desk. Making scale practice fun as well as fundamental with Kathryn Page
  • Learning Jazz Piano with Dave Jones: Adding a bass line to classics by Bill Evans and Jerome Kern
  • Composing Competition. The winners revealed, and the stories behind their pieces: what inspired them, and how did they do it?
  • The Sound of Scandinavia. A whistlestop tour of the region’s piano music with Andrew Mellor
  • ABBA Gold. What’s the secret to their success? Song-writing for the ages, says Warwick Thompson
  • Lyric Pieces. John Evans finds the place where life meets art at the end of a 66-work Grieg marathon
  • Frankfurt Music Fair 2018. High-tech joins handmade at this major industry exhibition of what’s new in the world of keyboards
  • CD Reviews. A definitive new ‘Hammerklavier’ from Murray Perahia, and controversial Schubert from Marc-Andre Hamelin
  • Sheet Music Reviews. Bartok for beginners, Grieg for duets and Kapustin for wannabe jazz virtuosos, as well as solos for all occasions


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  1. antonio_diana /

    thank you!

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