Pianist #100 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.
Pianist magazine PDF is adored internationally by those who have a passion for playing the piano. From Bach to Billy Joel, the magazine offers a wide range of music styles to learn from, as you don’t just read it - you play it too!
With PDF Pianist magazine you can expect nothing less than the very best when it comes to playing the instrument you love. You’ll have everything you need to play like an expert, including notes on technique, pedalling and interpretation, sheet music reviews, Q&As, teaching tips, in-depth ‘How to Play’ masterclasses, readers’ letters, piano news, interviews with top concert pianists and so much more!
Pianist #100 issue contents:
- Let the good times roll. Jessica Duchen recalls piano prodigies and veterans during 17 years of interviews for Pianist
- Leif Ove Andsnes. Peter Quantrill catches up with the magazine’s first cover artist, who still can’t live without Beethoven
- How to Play Masterclass 1. Don’t neglect the tenor register, says Mark Tanner: it has all the best tunes
- How to Play Masterclass 2. Graham Fitch investigates the Op 100 Etudes of Burgmuller
- How to Play 1. Where it all starts: the Prelude in C from Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, explored by Melanie Spanswick
- How to Play 2. A Mozart Rondo to stimulate your sense of keyboard theatre, with Annabel Thwaite
- How to Play 3 The intricacies of Chopin’s Fantaisie-Impromptu, unravelled by Lucy Parham
- The Scores. A specially extended 48-page pull-out section of sheet music for all levels: don’t miss Satie’s Gymnopedie No 1, the 'Raindrop' Prelude and modern classics from Einaudi and Frozen
- Beginner Keyboard Class. Hans-Gunter Heumann’s Lesson No 27: Five-finger legato exercises
- Piano Teacher Help Desk. A new column begins with Kathryn Page: scales really can be fun!
- Learning Jazz Piano with Dave Jones Lesson No 2: Minor-key chord progressions, where jazz becomes jazzy
- Theory. A beginner’s guide to sonata form from Nigel Scaife, opening up the architecture of the great sonatas
- 100 not out. Centenarian pianists celebrated by Martin Anderson, including personal memories of Alice Herz-Sommer and Mieczyslaw Horszowski
- Stars of Tomorrow Six classical and jazz pianists to watch and listen out for
- How to sell your piano. Stick it on eBay and hope for the best? John Evans suggests a more systematic approach
- CD Reviews. Chopin three ways, with Trifonov, Lortie and Fazil Say; a stunning duet version of the Rite of Spring
- Sheet Music Review. New music for early learners, late Haydn and a cheeky tango
- The Last Word. Editor Erica Worth reflects on 100 issues full of pianists, pianos – and readers!
Text Format PDF, 98 pages