Pianist #76 PDF

Pianist #76

Nov 10, 2021

Pianist #76 PDF download. February - March 2014. 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 #76 issue contents:

  • Competition. Three lucky winners will each receive a copy of this issue’s Editor’s Choice CD – American Piano Concertos
  • News. London’s weekend-long piano festival at the Institut franзais, our new Piano Techniques app, remembering Bernard Roberts and Stan Tracey, da Vinci keyboard unveiled and more
  • Expert Talk. Artur Pizarro reveals the techniques needed to play all the Rachmaninov oeuvre, Tim Stein gives advice on counting out loud in his Q&A column, and the PTA tells you where to place your upright piano in your home
  • Andras Schiff talks to Jessica Duchen and shares his views on classical music’s robust health, Beethoven’s humanity and the importance of good posture at the piano
  • How to Play Masterclass 1. Mark Tanner on pedalling to perfection
  • How to Play Masterclass 2. Graham Fitch on exercises to warm up with
  • How to Play 1. Janet Newman on the slow movement of Clementi’s Sonata op 25 no 5
  • How to Play 2. Lucy Parham on Rachmaninov’s Etude-tableau op 33 no 8
  • The Scores A pullout section of 40 pages of sheet music for all levels. Plus Tim Stein on his ‘Basics of Learning the Piano’ video lessons
  • Beginner Keyboard Class. Hans-Gunter Heumann’s fourth lesson: The dotted quaver (dotted eighth note)
  • Cole Porter. A closer look at the sophisticated composer behind such witty songs as ‘Anything Goes’ and ‘You’re The Top’. Plus, learn his ‘Night and Day’ in this issue’s Scores
  • Sergei Rachmaninov Why do people turn up their noses at this romantic Russian, whose music is full of searing melodies and sumptuous chords? Harriet Smith explores the man and the music
  • The Voice of Vienna. Bosendorfer celebrates its 185th birthday in its hometown and unveils its 50,000th piano – the stunning, gold-decorated Opus 50,000. Erica Worth sees it
  • Second-Hand Secrets. Buying second-hand has become the next best thing. There are auctions and dealers where you could find that vintage piano of your dreams, says Gez Kahan
  • Noises Off. Neighbours complaining about your piano playing? Sound insulation and engineering can help keep the peace, as Inge Kjemtrup has learned
  • Sheet Music Review. Approachable Rachmaninov, eccentric Satie, Pictures from Mussorgsky, duets and more
  • CD Review Powerhouse. Rachmaninov from Alessio Bax, an elegant live recital from Simon Trpčeski, but it’s Xiayin Wang’s disc of American concertos that ends up stealing the show in this issue’s reviews

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