Pianist #91 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 #91 issue contents:
- News. Piano music to chill by, Steinway’s glittering New York showroom, a festival of four hands, Bosendorfer’s ‘Bohemian’ piano, Dinara Klinton and more
- Yulianna Avdeeva. For this mature Russian pianist, it’s about producing the right sound and correct concert attire, as she tells Jessica Duchen
- How to Play Masterclass 1. Mark Tanner on balance between the hands
- How to Play Masterclass 2. Graham Fitch on Chopin’s fioratura
- How to Play 1. Melanie Spanswick on two Heumann pieces
- How to Play 2. Janet Newman on Satie’s Gymnopedie No 3
- How to Play 3. Lucy Parham on Chopin’s Nocturne op 62 no 2
- Composing Competition. Enter our new composing competition and you could win a Kawai piano worth 3,350! Plus the winning score will be featured inside Pianist and on the covermount CD
- The Scores. A pull-out section of 40 pages of sheet music for all levels
- Beginner Keyboard Class. Hans-Gunter Heumann’s Lesson No 19: More Finger Fitness exercises
- Progetto Martha Argerich. Erica Worth visits the idyllic Swiss lake town of Lugano to report on Martha Argerich’s intimate music festival
- Understanding Theory. A series to help you build your knowledge of theory. This issue: Intervals, continued
- Street pianos. You never used to see pianos in public places, but now they seem to be everywhere – Peter Baber finds out why
- Lost treasures. Bored by Bach, Beethoven or Mozart? John Evans guides you to a treasure trove of sparkling gems written by famous composers not known for their piano writing
- Body language. Your body is your instrument, say advocates of Dalcroze. Inge Kjemtrup investigates this method of understanding music through movement
- Disklavier Enspire. The latest addition to Yamaha’s Disklavier range, the Enspire can play by itself, be a normal piano, record what you play and more, says Gez Kahan
- Ogawa on Satie. Praised for her complete Debussy discs on BIS, Noriko Ogawa talks about her latest foray into recording the complete works of Satie
- CD Reviews. Raves for Lucy Parham’s Enoch Arden and Cecile Licad’s American piano sonatas, with Hyperion’s latest Romantic Piano Concerto volume with Ludmil Angelov taking the top spot
- Sheet Music Review. Includes Brahms waltzes, complete Grieg Lyric Pieces, Schubert Moments Musicaux and mindfulness music
Text Format PDF, 92 pages