Pianist #104

Sep 01 2022

Pianist #104

Pianist #104 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 #104 issue contents:

  • Readers’ Letters. A mystery Mozart cadenza at the BBC Proms, a tricky stretch in Brahms and an easy study by Alkan
  • News. Honens Competition winners; an exciting Rachmaninov discovery
  • Competition Report. Peter Quantrill travels to Bergen for a contest that’s about so much more than votes and concertos
  • Mitsuko Uchida. The timeless challenge of Schubert, and the revelations offered by early pianos
  • How to Play Masterclass 1. Mark Tanner on making the leap and stretching yourself
  • How to Play Masterclass 2. Finger redistribution: be bold and imaginative, says Graham Fitch
  • How to Play 1. Testing tempo and timbre in T from the Alphabet by Felix le Couppey (Scores page 30)
  • How to Play 2. Left-hand focus: Nils Franke introduces a Nocturne by Goddard (Scores page 52)
  • How to Play 3. Left-hand focus, continued: Lucy Parham on Scriabin’s Prelude Op 9 (Scores page 64)
  • The Scores. Debussy’s Arabesque No 1, as featured on the new Pianist video lesson, a Lyric Piece, a Wagner chorus and a Cole Porter classic
  • Beginner Keyboard Class. Lesson No 31 with Hans-Gunter Heumann: Exercises for legato
  • Piano Teacher Help Desk. Kathryn Page opens the Investment Bank of Repertoire to keep your pupils engaged and challenged
  • Learning Jazz Piano with Dave Jones: get to know the basics of blues and bebop
  • Theory. The art and practice of fugue with Nigel Scaife: back to Bach
  • Turkish delight. Duet sisters Ferhan and Ferzan Onder return to Istanbul with a new concerto
  • Music and the mind. Can music really help with trauma? Is the ‘child genius’ label harmful? What’s going on inside our brains when we listen to music? John Evans investigates
  • Summertime at Chets. Catching the vibe at one of the UK’s most popular summer piano schools
  • Five-finger wizardry. A brief history of left-hand pianists and repertoire, from Count Zichy to Nicholas McCarthy
  • Chilly Gonzales. ‘King of the Berlin Underground’ and unlikely fan of Faure
  • CD Reviews. Barnstorming Liszt from Tyler Hay and Stephen Hough, dreaming by a sleepy lagoon
  • Sheet Music. A valuable anthology of 20th-century masterpieces, Beethoven variations and ‘Big Phat Jazz Piano Solos’

 

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  1. antonio_diana /

    thnaks!!

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