The Pianist's Guide To Practical Technique, Vol II: 111 Technical Studies From Music You Want To Play With Technical Hints And Practice Guides (Volume 2)

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The Pianist's Guide To Practical Technique, Vol II: 111 Technical Studies from Music You Want to Play With Technical Hints and Practice Guides (Volume 2)

Put away studies by Czerny. Put him and the others into a closet and turn the key. Instead, use these passages from music you intend to play—music by master composers—as building blocks for technique and musicianship. Suppose for a moment that we don’t accept the notion that a good piano technique requires strength training, or that it is even really possible to “strengthen” the fingers to any noticeable degree in the way that authors of yore would have us believe. Those concepts indeed have long ago been discredited. Suppose, too, we discard the notion that independence of fingers is a physical action and not instead a musical objective. Well, you might ask, for what then do we train? Let's use our knowledge of how the hand was designed to work in order to train for refined coordination. In this volume you will find ample material for just such a study. Here are episodes from the mature Mozart, passages from the grandeur of late Beethoven and the Romantic exuberance of Schumann, Chopin and Liszt. Here are...

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