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Music For The Piano - James Friskin, Irwin Freundlich
This musicology classic and survey reviews the piano repertoire from 1580 to 1952 and the works of more than 500 composers. Annotations for each piece include comments on form, type of fingerwork, degree of difficulty, technical requirements, interpretative treatment, and the publisher's name. "Should be the constant companion of every pianist and teacher." — Virgil Thompson.
Reprint of The Field of Music, Volume V, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., New York, 1954. Notes On the Piano - Ernst Bacon, Sara Davis Buechner
"Should be a bedside reader for every author, composer, singer, critic, or layman interested in music." — Critic's Choice
An accomplished composer, pianist, writer, and teacher presents an easy and entertaining guide for players at all levels of expertise. Ernst Bacon offers valuable tips on working, listening, and playing habits in five sections that cover "The Performer," "The Learner," "The Player and Writer," "The Observer," and "Technically Speaking." This edition features an informative Introduction by virtuoso pianist and professor Sara Davis Buechner. Reprint of the Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York, 1963 edition. English. Piano Professional Series: The Psychology of Piano Technique - Murray McLachlan
The Psychology of Piano Technique is much more than a musical self-help book, dealing with a large range of topics and problems which pianists of all levels constantly face. This fourth volume in the Piano Professional series takes a technical perspective on what have traditionally been seen as psychological issues, presenting a new approach for performing musicians and their teachers. Author Murray McLachlan deals with a wide range of subjects relevant to pianists including stage fright, inspiration, injury, short-term tactics for success and long-term development strategies. He also emphasizes the importance of a positive mind-set, and a comfortable, joyful and calmly creative way of thinking.
Piano Professional Series: The Psychology of Piano Technique - Mark Tanner
The Mindful Pianist presents amateurs and professionals with a fresh perspective on playing and performing. Applying the concept of mindfulness to the piano, this invaluable text explores the crucial connection between mind and body: how an alert, focussed mind fosters playing that is more compelling, more refined and ultimately more rewarding. It tackles the issues encountered by pianists when practising, performing, improvising and preparing for an exam: how to choose repertoire and memorise it; how to set about making an initial survey of a new piece; and how to take a more level-headed view of our aspirations. Drawing on the expert advice of 25 leading pianists and educationalists, this unique book offers a wealth of exercises and musical examples to help every player succeed in becoming a Mindful Pianist.
The Mindful Pianist has been shortlisted for ‘Best Print Resource’ at the 2017 Music Teacher Awards for Excellence. Winners will be announced at a gala ceremony on 9th February 2017. Un Nouvel Art Du Piano - Lucette Descaves
Piano, 400pp, edition revisée 1990, Exposés et ducumentation de pédagogie pianistique. French - Français.
In this essay on piano teaching, one will find pedagogical and psychological advice for all the stages in teaching; views on technique followed by a vast panorama of all the works. This panorama is not a catalogue but a guide to works for piano arranged in progressive order of difficulty. Text in French.
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