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The Art Of Piano Playing

Art Of The Piano
Author: Heinrich Neuhaus
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ISBN: 9781871082456
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Neuhaus taught at the Moscow Conservatory and his pupils included some of the greatest pianists of the twentieth century: Emil Gilels, Sviatoslav Richter, Nina Svetlanova, Alexei Lubimov and Radu Lupu. His legacy continues today and many teachers around the world regard this book as the most authoritative on the subject of piano playing.
The Art of the Piano
Language: un
Pages: 476
Authors: David Dubal
Categories: Composers
Type: BOOK - Published: 1990 - Publisher:
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Die Kunst des Klavierspiels
Language: en
Pages: 201
Authors: Heinrich Neuhaus
Categories: Composers
Type: BOOK - Published: 1967-01 - Publisher:
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The Art of the Piano, Volume 2
Language: un
Pages: 64
Authors: Mark Hayes
Categories: Music
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-03 - Publisher: Lorenz Publishing Company
What a rich heritage of sacred Christmas music we have! These piano pieces feature a wide variety of styles and moods, providing rewarding arrangements for advanced pianists which will be favorites for years to come.
The Art of the Piano, Volume 4: Contemporary Christian Classics
Language: un
Pages: 32
Authors: Mark Hayes
Categories: Music
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-03 - Publisher: Lorenz Publishing Company
Master arranger Mark Hayes returns to the golden era of contemporary Christian music with songs made famous by Amy Grant, Sandi Patty, Michael W. Smith, and other favorites. These challenging arrangements will appeal to pianists who enjoy making full use of the instrument. A listening CD recorded by Mark himself is also available separately.
Art of the Piano
Language: un
Pages: 477
Authors: David Dubal
Categories: Music
Type: BOOK - Published: 1995 - Publisher: Harvest Books
A long with "careful judgement and genuine love of the subject" (Library Journal), David Dubal brings unparalleled expertise as a concert pianist, Juilliard faculty member, and former music director of a major classical music station to this second edition of his definitive guide to the piano. Here are enlightening profiles of history's greatest concert pianists from Clementi and Mozart to the major artists of the twentieth century. Here, too, in alphabetical order by composer, are the masterpieces of the literature, solo and concerto, a discussion of the place of each piece in the composer's oeuvre, and a list of recorded performances that "show the composition in its most diverse moods." Updated to include more than seventy additional pianists and hundreds of new CDs, this is a guide piano teachers, concert-goers, and other devotees of keyboard virtuosity should find "among the best read and most useful books on their personal reference shelves" (Booklist).
The Art of Piano Playing
Language: un
Pages: 240
Authors: Heinrich Neuhaus
Categories: Piano
Type: BOOK - Published: 1973 - Publisher:
Neuhaus taught at the Moscow Conservatory and his pupils included some of the greatest pianists of the twentieth century: Emil Gilels, Sviatoslav Richter, Nina Svetlanova, Alexei Lubimov and Radu Lupu. His legacy continues today and many teachers around the world regard this book as the most authoritative on the subject of piano playing.
The Art of Piano Pedaling
Language: un
Pages: 96
Authors: Anton Rubinstein, Teresa Carreño
Categories: Music
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-09-03 - Publisher: Courier Corporation
With Rubinstein considered Liszt's only possible rival on the concert stage, and Carreño as the foremost woman pianist of the late nineteenth century, it is an unexpected gift that both have left behind insights into that supremely important — but grossly neglected — aspect of performance called "the soul of the piano": the art of piano pedaling. Their treatment of pedaling is of the utmost importance, not only from a historical standpoint, but for what it can still teach even the most sophisticated player. Rubinstein's pedaling technique is explored using specific examples from a vast repertoire of works he performed in 1885-6. Carreño's observations — written in a warm, non-academic style — explore her sensitivity to the most subtle keyboard colorings made possible through combinations of touch and pedal.
Introduction To The Art Of Playing On The Pianoforte
Language: un
Pages: 63
Authors: Muzio Clementi
Categories: Piano
Type: BOOK - Published: 1974 - Publisher: Da Capo Press, Incorporated
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The Art of Piano Fingering
Language: un
Pages: 212
Authors: Rami Bar-Niv
Categories: Music
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-03-24 - Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
A4 trim size - 8.27" x 11.69" (21.006 x 29.693 cm). "The Art of Piano Fingering - Traditional, Advanced, and Innovative" is a new book by virtuoso concert pianist Rami Bar-Niv.The 212-page book was first published in Febuary 2012 and it is the first of its kind and scope in the history of piano playing.The book is intended for anyone who plays the piano, from children to college students, from adult amateur to professional piano teachers and performing pianists. The book teaches how to create your own efficient and injury-free piano fingering, starting with traditional, continuing with advanced, and concluding with innovative fingering.The book offers useful exercises and in addition to fingering issues it also deals with related piano playing techniques, phrasing, and interpretation. The text is illustrated with countless score samples, pictures, and diagrams. Endorsements/Reviews:***"The Art of Piano Fingering by Rami Bar-Niv, fills a tremendous void in the realm of the pianistic world. Published in 2012, it is the first book of its kind in the 303 year history of the piano. Order a copy; you will be immensely grateful you did."Dr. Walden Hughes, Professor of Piano,Northwest Nazarene University.***"Bar-Niv's book is superbly indexed and valuable as a reference source...
The Art of Piano Playing
Language: un
Pages: 68
Authors: George A. Kochevitsky
Categories: Music
Type: BOOK - Published: 1967 - Publisher: Suzuki
So many of the great pianists and teachers have come out of Poland and Russia (Rubinstein, Anton as well as Arthur, Leschetizky, Paderewski, the Lhevinnes, Gilels, Richter, and others), yet we know little about their methods of learning and teaching. George Kochevitsky in The Art of Piano Playing supplies some important sources of information previously unavailable in this country. Russian sources alone occupy four columns of his bibliography on 'History and Theory of Pianism.' Additionally there are six columns of German sources and seven columns of sources in English. From these sources, tempered by this own thinking, Kochevitsky has formulated a scientific approach that can solve most problems of piano playing and teaching. George Kochevitsky graduated in 1930 from Leningrad Conservatory and did post-graduate work at Moscow Conservatory. Coming to the U.S., he has taught privately in New York City, given a number of lectures, and written for various music periodicals.