Pianist #109 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 #109 issue contents:
- News. Frenchman takes gold at Tchaikovsky, Chandos Records turns 40, and two new star-studded festivals pop up in Europe
- Brilliance in Beijing. Erica Worth flies east to report on the first ever China International Music Competition
- Martin James Bartlett. Jessica Duchen talks to the young, dashing British pianist with the Golden Age touch
- How to Play Masterclass 1. Get your act together: Mark Tanner shows you how to think big by working in sections
- How to Play Masterclass 2. Graham Fitch on the virtues of steering clear from the safety blanket that is the sustain pedal
- How to Play 1. Melanie Spanswick explores Mozart’s popular Allegro in B flat (Scores page 31)
- How to Play 2. Nils Franke strongly advises to let the rests speak for themselves in Hiller’s Barcarole (Scores page 40)
- How to Play 3. Sense of direction is everything in Mendelssohn's Song without Words Op 53 No 3, says Lucy Parham (Scores page 59)
- The Scores. A heartbreaking song by Gershwin, a sentimental waltz from Schubert, and a rhapsodic Hungarian Dance duet from Brahms
- Beginner Keyboard Class. Four easy exercises on gaining evenness from Pianist regular Hans-Gunter Heumann.
- Piano Teacher Help Desk. Try your hand at some instrument-free practising, says Kathryn Page
- Blurred Lines. Yamaha's new hybrid N1X may be just up your street if you're on a tight budget
- Playing by Ear. Forget the printed score. John Geraghty shows you how to play the tunes you love - direct from your head to your fingers
- Romantic Piano. Why do we love to play romantic music? John Evans speaks to pianists and professors in search of the answers
- Pianists and their Pets. Once hooked, they’re your friends for life. Welcome to the world of musicians and their fuzzy friends
- Dressed to Impress. Claire Jackson heads to the heart of London to take a peek inside Steinway’s slick new showroom
- A Week in the Country. Bach, pastries and a personal chef: Graham Sheffield heads to La Balie
- Album Reviews. Pianistic fireworks from Mark Viner, luminous Beethoven from Piekut, and a five-star Schiff delivers Schubert on a special instrument
- Sheet Music Reviews. Beethoven goes jazz, Rachmaninov for two pianos and a sheet music app from Tomplay
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