Pianist #120 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 #120 issue contents:
- First Person. Peter Quantrill talks to Russian pianist Anna Tsybuleva about life after her victory at Leeds
- Lise de la Salle. The dynamic French pianist talks about her soft spot for Russian music and her new dance-inspired solo album where rhythm is key
- How to Play Masterclass 1. Recording your playing can do wonders for your own improvement, says Mark Tanner
- How to Play Masterclass 2. Spreading shorter practice blocks throughout the day is much more effective than one long session, says Graham Fitch
- Winning Score. Find out why we chose a slow-burning piece full of meditative intensity as the winning score of our 2021 Composing Competition.
- How to Play 1. Melanie Spanswick guides you through Hummel’s charming Romance from his Six Easy Pieces
- How to Play 2. Handel’s Capriccio in G minor is an ideal piece for working on memorisation, says Nils Franke
- How to Play 3. Learn the repeated-note episodes first in Chopin’s Grande Valse Brillante in E flat, advises Lucy Parham
- Beginner Keyboard Class Lesson 47: Broken chords
- The Scores. A romantic gem from Cui, a feisty waltz from Beethoven, the graceful Valse-Ballet from Satie, the winning score from our own composing competition and more
- Piano Teacher Help Desk. Rhythm is arguably the most important element in music making, says Kathryn Page
- Martha Argerich at 80. Jessica Duchen assembles ten personal choices that show Martha at her most magical
- Let’s Dance! Music and dance go hand in hand, say our three inspiringly balletic interviewees
- Makers. John Evans speaks to retailers and manufacturers about the positive effects of the pandemic
- Album Reviews. Five stars for Mahani Teave’s Rapa Nui Odyssey, charming Vladigerov from Vlaeva and Liszt from Grosvenor
- Sheet Music Reviews. A recital anthology from Trinity, Gershwin from Henle, and works by pianist Alexandre Tharaud
- For the self-learner. Mark Tanner on his new advice-led book
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