Pianist #79 PDF

Pianist #79

Nov 28, 2021

Pianist #79 PDF download. August - September 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 #79 issue contents:

  • Competition. Win a pair of tickets to Daniil Trifonov’s Royal Festival Hall recital on 30 September
  • News. The Russians are coming to London, a swanky Steinway pen, good news for British pianos, competition winners announced, and more
  • Expert Talk. Tim Stein on how to avoid speeding up when you get nervous, Ji Liu on a typical practice day and the PTA on dealing with cracks in a piano’s iron frame
  • Daniil Trifonov talks to Jessica Duchen about his love for golden age pianists, learning as much repertoire as possible and the benee ts of pratising underwater
  • How to Play Masterclass 1. Mark Tanner on the dynamics of dynamics - remember, a beautiful and shaded touch stems from a mastery of dynamics
  • How to Play Masterclass 2. Graham Fitch on strategies for practising correctly from the outset so you don’t embed mistakes into your playing
  • How to Play 1. Melanie Spanswick on the Allegro movement from Attwood’s Sonatina in G
  • How to Play 2. Janet Newman on Mendelssohn’s Song without Words op 30 no 3
  • How to Play 3. Lucy Parham on Schumann’s Romance in F sharp op 28 no 2
  • The Scores. A pullout section of 40 pages of sheet music for all levels
  • Beginner Keyboard Class. Hans-Gunter Heumann’s Lesson No 7: major scales
  • Bach’s ‘48’. The staple of most pianists’ diet, amateur and professional alike, the 48 pieces of The Well-Tempered Clavier can bring lasting satisfaction, says Bach expert Daniel-Ben Pienaar. Plus, read his tips on the prelude and fugue that’s inside this issue’s scores
  • John McLeod at 80. Contributor Mark Tanner salutes the Scottish composer - and writes a piece for him as a tribute
  • 'Argerich' the film. Erica Worth speaks to Stephanie Argerich about her intimate and funny new documentary about her famous mother
  • Inside Fazioli. Erica Worth takes a trip to Sacile, Italy, the birthplace of the famed Italian maker that’s taking the world (and some of its pianists) by storm
  • Piano Clubs. A piano club provides performing opportunities, moral support and more. Inge Kjemtrup tells you what to expect – and how to form your own
  • Yamaha’s TransAcoustic. It’s a traditional upright, a silent piano and a high-tech miracle that uses the instrument itself as a soundboard. Intrigued? Take a close-up look at this multi-faceted new instrument
  • CD Review. Margaret Fingerhut, Howard Shelley and Bertrand Chamayou get five stars each this issue, but there are other gems as well
  • Sheet Music Review. This is issue’s round-up features a boogie and blues tutorial, Schubert duets, Rachmaninov preludes and much more

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