Pianist #112

Mar 31 2023

Pianist #112

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Pianist #112 issue contents:

  • Beethoven 2020. Ellie Palmer highlights some unmissable events taking place in celebration of Beethoven @250
  • News. The inaugural Hastings International Piano Festival
  • First Person. Elizabeth Sombart on what the Beethoven Piano Concertos mean to her
  • Igor Levit. He’s conquered the ‘32’ – now he talks to Peter Quantrill about living and breathing Beethoven
  • How to Play Masterclass 1. Finding Beethoven’s sforzandos and subitos hard to master? Mark Tanner sets you straight
  • How to Play Masterclass 2. Graham Fitch picks out the best exercises for intermediate and advanced-level players
  • How to Play 1. Mastering the dotted rhythms is key in Beethoven’s Minuet in G, says Melanie Spanswick (Scores p32)
  • How to Play 2. For Nils Franke, the Sonatina in F serves as the perfect introduction to the world of Beethoven (Scores p45)
  • How to Play 3. Lucy Parham brings out the profundity in your playing in the slow movement of Beethoven’s Sonata Op 10 No 3 (Scores p59)
  • The Scores. Some sensational Beethoven scores, plus Albeniz’s Evocaciуn and Heller’s Reverie
  • Beginner Keyboard Class. Lesson 39: Syncopation
  • Piano Teacher Help Desk. Anyone can play Beethoven! Kathryn Page touches on the more ‘gentle’ repertoire
  • Playing by Ear. John Geraghty’s Lesson 4 on five-note chords
  • Dame Fanny turns 100. ‘The Leeds’ founder shares her pearls of wisdom with Erica Worth
  • Beethoven @250. Three top Beethovenians talk to Warwick Thompson about their plans
  • Class Act. London’s Jaques Samuel Pianos showroom opens its doors to Claire Jackson
  • The 19th-century Influencer. How Beethoven’s high expectations led to better pianos
  • Album Reviews. Beethoven, Beethoven… and more Beethoven!
  • Sheet Music Reviews. Beethoven for beginners, Beethoven meets samba and some classy sonata volumes from Barenreiter, Henle and more


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  1. antonio_diana /

    thank you!

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