Pianist #107

Dec 08 2022

Pianist #107

Pianist #107 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 #107 issue contents:

  • News. Previn, Legrand and Loussier remembered; the launch of Scala Radio and some colourful Korgs
  • Lang Lang. Back from injury and back to Bach: an exclusive interview with the Chinese superstar
  • Yevgeny Sudbin. Peering into outer space and the mysteries of late Beethoven: this avid Medtner fan tells all to Jessica Duchen
  • How to Play Masterclass 1. The thumb isn’t a brutish digit, says Mark Tanner: it comes in handy with cantabile passages and more besides
  • How to Play Masterclass 2. Three questions from Pianist readers answered by Graham Fitch, tackling a tight left hand in Beethoven and pedalling challenges in Rachmaninov and Oskar Merikanto
  • How to Play 1. Strictly for the birds: Melanie Spanswick advises keeping it light with Couperin’s Les Coucous Benevoles (Scores page 32)
  • How to Play 2. More avian delights with Nils Franke, and his guide To a Hummingbird by Edward MacDowell (Scores page 37)
  • How to Play 3. Sink into one of the most profound pieces of late Brahms with Lucy Parham, working bar by bar through the Intermezzo Op 116 No 4 (Scores page 59)
  • The Scores. More Merikanto, Spanish-accented Chabrier, a stately Corelli Sarabande and Turkish Mozart, as featured on the new Pianist video lesson with Noriko Ogawa
  • Beginner Keyboard Class. Get those weaker fingers up to scratch and playing evenly with five exercises from Hans-Gunter Heumann
  • Piano Teacher Help Desk. Summer courses are nothing to be afraid of, says Kathryn Page: both pupils and teachers should embrace the opportunities…
  • Summer Courses Guide… and there’s no better place to start than with our international listings
  • Summer Festivals Guide. You’d rather listen than play? No problem: from Swaledale to Singapore and South Africa, we’ve found a piano recital near you
  • Minimalism. Andrew Mellor explains how less became more in the music of Glass and Reich
  • Boris Giltburg. How an invitation to play Rachmaninov’s Preludes took him on a lifetime’s journey.
  • CD Reviews. It’s time to face up to the big issues: Steven Osborne plays late Beethoven, Kirill Gerstein takes on the Busoni behemoth, and Jeremy Denk tackles the history of Western music. But it’s Alexander Ullman who sends us spinning with his ballet-music debut album
  • Sheet Music. Scott Joplin for students, up-to-the-minute editions of Beethoven and Brahms, and Bernstein’s musical birthday cakes


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  1. antonio_diana /

    thank you!

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