Pianist #86 PDF

Pianist #86

Jan 9, 2022

Pianist #86 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 #86 issue contents:

  • Reader Competition. Win a DVD copy of Stephanie Argerich’s film Argerich
  • News. Casio unveils its new Celviano Grand Hybrid, Faber releases its ‘Mastering the Piano with Lang Lang’ app, a farewell to Ivan Moravec and more
  • Martha Argerich. This living legend of the keyboard turns 75 next year. In the run-up to her appearance in London this November, Jessica Duchen talks to those who know her best
  • How to Play Masterclass 1. Mark Tanner on the best ways to practise away from the piano
  • How to Play Masterclass 2. Graham Fitch on the invaluable technique of forearm rotation
  • How to Play 1. Melanie Spanswick on CPE Bach’s La Caroline
  • How to Play 2. Janet Newman on the first movement of Schumann’s Sonata for the Young op 118 no 1
  • How to Play 3. Lucy Parham on Chaminade’s Automne
  • The Scores. A pullout section of 40 pages of sheet music for all levels. Plus, a preview of our Digital Piano Guide 2015-16 supplement that will appear with the next issue
  • Beginner Keyboard Class. Hans-Gunter Heumann’s Lesson No 14: Treble clef in both hands
  • DIY musician. As he comes to the end of a UK tour with his CD at the top of the classical charts, Emmanuel Vass tells us what it’s like to be his own agent
  • High anxiety. John Evans seeks out old and new techniques for dealing with that uncomfortable and all-too-common issue of performance nerves
  • The key of life. Why was C minor so important to Beethoven? Could Bach have written his Chaconne in any key other than D minor? Tim Stein sheds some light on composers and their keys
  • Qualifications. What do all those letters mean after your teacher’s name? And do they really matter? Inge Kjemtrup tries to uncrack the code
  • Roland. The Japanese maker has a brand-new range of technologically innovative pianos. Gez Kahan reports
  • Piano round-up. Book a private appointment at Yamaha’s Piano Selection Weekend this October or pop along to Bluthner’s new London showroom. Plus, a farewell to PianoDisc’s Gary Burgett
  • CD Reviews. Praise for Martha Argerich’s live-wire Verbier disc, with Lucy Parham’s Odyssey of Love and Marc-Andre Hamelin’s frenzied Ornstein garnering accolades as well
  • Sheet Music. Review Sumptuous Brahms and Rachmaninov from Henle, cool Minimalism from Melanie Spanswick, 200 pages of Mozart duets from Barenreiter, and more

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