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The London Russian School of Piano 2 Mar 18
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Bravo Music Academy Apr 2
Working on some technique today. Head on over to our Facebook page later today to see some easy warm-ups to help with your piano technique!
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Piano Adventures Apr 2
MacDowell's, "To a Wild Rose," performed by Fred Karpoff. Enjoy the annotated score, which comes from the Technique & Artistry Repertoire Library at
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Elisabeth Wagner 19 Feb 18
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Center for the Arts Jun 18
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music.iLuv Jul 12
Music teachers, don’t forget to work on with your kids! For piano, Czerny’s are really good for a variety of levels. 🎵🎶
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Melanie Spanswick Oct 14
Hi Everyone! Today's blog poses that awkward question: How loose are you?!
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Bella Musica 28 Nov 17
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Graham Fitch Jun 7
Playing double notes at the advanced level - a new series on technique from the Online Academy
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PianoTechnique.org Apr 5
Collapsed Punch Technique in Jazz Is it a good or bad thing? Video quality is a bit low (technical difficulties while recording)
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Jemelia's Arts&Music Aug 7
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Joseph Kingma 27 Feb 18
I think one of the most underestimated tools for developing technique and musicianship simultaneously is a steady diet of sight-reading.
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Rhona-Mae Arca 21 Mar 18
On tap this week: starting to record technical requirements videos for the and syllabi (Classical and Contemporary Idioms). It's an ongoing project.
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Phoebe Fischer Dec 3
goals! To improve your sightreading book a piano lesson or singing lesson with me today! . . .
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Charleston Guitar Oct 2
Walter Gieseking and Karl Leimer created a method that had a good deal of influence on pianists, even today. As guitarists, we can learn much from the wisdom of great pedagogues in other disciplines.
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Ivories & Strings Jul 21
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Stephen Royle | Plenty Music Feb 16
I like the hands to be positioned symmetrically in relation to the range of notes that have to be played. I am particularly fond of changing the finger on a note in playing but not a great advocate of using the thumb on black notes
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The Piano Vault Feb 23
A question I see being asked all the time. Here I consider 's flagship hybrid piano whilst exploring the answer:
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WKMT by Juan Rezzuto Jun 26
  Forearm movement - Piano Technique | Piano lessons in London by WKMT. Prestigious piano teachers in London
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WKMT by Juan Rezzuto Jun 14
Hand settlement and Left Hand | Piano lessons in London by WKMT. Prestigious piano teachers in London
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