Pianist #121 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 #121 issue contents:
- Gabriela Montero. The Venezuelan pianist on improvising, Argerich and the need for change
- How to Play Masterclass 1. Use the sustain pedal correctly and you’ll benefit from a dizzying complexity of colours, says Mark Tanner
- How to Play Masterclass 2. Being able to transpose tricky passages can add extra security to your playing, says Graham Fitch
- How to Play 1. Maintain a steady pulse with lashings of legato in Cuthbert Harris’s evocative Regent’s Park, says Melanie Spanswick
- How to Play 2. Practise the complex RH rhythmic patterns with both hands first in Grieg’s Berceuse, suggests Nils Franke
- How to Play 3. Harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani shares his knowledge of Bach with the Giga from Partita No 1
- Beginner Keyboard Class Lesson 48: Evenness
- The Scores. Cuban flavour from Cervantes, Nielsen’s quirky Humoreske, the romantically lyrical Phoebe from Bonis, plus a heart melting Schubert Adagio
- Piano Teacher Help Desk. Allow your pupils to embrace the freedom and joy of playing through improvisation, advises Kathryn Page
- How to Improvise. Warwick Thmpson speaks to three top improvisers and asks: ‘Can improvisation be taught?’
- Pianist at Work. Beatrice Rana on the darker side of Chopin
- Stanislaw Moniuszko International Competition. Peter Quantrill uncovers a piano competition that shines a light on unfamiliar Polish music
- Piano Round-Up. In the first part of a new series, we look at the ins and outs of three new piano models
- Album Reviews. Five stars for five albums including Hewitt and Schiff , plus some sublime Schumann from Alasdair Beatson
- Sheet Music Reviews. A fascinating survey of 100 pieces from Susan Tomes, scales and arpeggios galore from Alfred Music, plus meditative piano music by Adrian Lord
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