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- Piano Technique Demystified Second Edition Revised and Expanded: Insights into Problem Solving (2014)
- Jazz Piano Technique: Exercises, Etudes & Ideas for Building Chops (2013)
- Adaptive Strategies for Small-Handed Pianists (2017)
- Efficient Approach To Piano Technique (2019)
- Practical Method for Beginners, Op. 599: Schirmer Library of Classics Volume 146 Piano Technique (1986)
- Piano Technique (Dover Books on Music) (1972)
- Easiest Piano Technique Book (2019)
- Faber Piano Adventures Primer Level Learning Library Pack – Lesson, Theory, Performance, and Technique & Artistry Books ()
- The Complete Book of Scales, Chords, Arpeggios & Cadences: Includes All the Major, Minor (Natural, Harmonic, Melodic) & Chromatic Scales — Plus Additional Instructions on Music Fundamentals (1994)
- Progressive Sight Reading Exercises: Piano Technique (1986)
- Fundamentals of Piano Technique – The Russian Method: Newly Revised by James & Susan McKeever (2016)
- Accelerated Piano Adventures For The Older Beginner, Technique and Artistry Book 1 (2004)
Piano Technique Demystified Second Edition Revised and Expanded: Insights into Problem Solving (2014)
VIDEO DEMONSTRATIONS, RE-IMAGINED AND RE-RECORDED WITH NEW INFORMATION, NOW AVAILABLE SEPARATELY ON DVD. Praise fort PIANO TECHNIQUE DEMYSTIFIED: “This book is a delightful collection of helpful insights. A terrific aspect is its inclusion of online video demonstrations.
(Keyboard Instruction). This one-of-a-kind book applies traditional technique exercises to specific jazz piano needs. Along with warm-ups, etudes isolate each technical problem within a jazz context. This allows for improvisation, directly addressing the needs of the jazz player. Practicing is not only pragmatic, it’s fun!
Adaptive Strategies for Small-Handed Pianists brings together information from biomechanics, ergonomics, physics, anatomy, medicine, and piano pedagogy to focus on the subject of small-handedness. The first comprehensive study of its kind, the book opens with an overview of historical, anatomical, and pedagogical perspectives and redresses long-held biases concerning those who struggle at the piano because of issues with hand size.
This Book is about teaching methods specifically to teach music for piano.. one should keep in mind that many teaching methods have been written by various music teachers and people have been using them and are still using them.. how ever , one has to evaluate those methods consider the era that those methods were written and express his/her opinion about them accordingly. Nevertheless, it’s noteworthy that some of the methods will never become obsolete.
Practical Method for Beginners, Op. 599: Schirmer Library of Classics Volume 146 Piano Technique (1986)
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Piano Technique (Dover Books on Music) (1972)
The volume presents two book by Walter Gieseking, foremost pianist of his generation, and his teacher for five years, Karl Leimer, that have long been sought after by students and teachers looking for a radical approach toward developing not only finger-technique but expression-technique.
Easiest Piano Technique Book (2019)
This is the Easiest piano technique book for u to use, you can easily learn piano technique in 20 days
Faber Piano Adventures Primer Level Learning Library Pack – Lesson, Theory, Performance, and Technique & Artistry Books ()
The Primer Level introduces the keyboard, note values, and the grand staff. Students play in Middle C Position and C Position through recognition of steps and skips, and learn letter names independent of finger number. Musicianship is built through the use of dynamics and coloristic experimentation with the pedal.
The Complete Book of Scales, Chords, Arpeggios & Cadences: Includes All the Major, Minor (Natural, Harmonic, Melodic) & Chromatic Scales — Plus Additional Instructions on Music Fundamentals (1994)
Scale, chord, arpeggio and cadence studies in all major and minor keys presented in a convenient two-page format. Includes an in-depth 12 page explanation that leads to complete understanding of the fundamentals of major and minor scales, chords, arpeggios and cadences plus a clear explanation of scale degrees and a two-page guide to fingering the scales and arpeggios.
These Progressive Sight Reading Exercises by Hannah Smith will help pianists improve their sight reading skills. These exercises are not to be studied. Each is to be played through but once, in a tempo slow enough to enable the pupil to read without hesitation. It is presupposed that the technical training as well as the thorough study of good music proceeds regularly with the sight reading.
Fundamentals of Piano Technique – The Russian Method: Newly Revised by James & Susan McKeever (2016)
(Piano Instruction). Fundamentals of Piano Technique was developed by Leon Conus (1871-1944) and Olga Conus (1890-1976) during many decades of teaching and performing, and through association with the most prominent Russian musicians of the time including Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, and Medtner.
(Faber Piano Adventures ). Designed for the teenager or transfer student, this technique course combines “Technique Secrets” from both the Primer and Level 1 with new exercises that correlate with Accelerated Piano Adventures Lesson Book One. The integration of technique and artistry gives students the tools for expressive performance. “Technique Secrets” develops a technical foundation, while the “Artistry Magic” page at the end of each unit explores expressive playing.
Best Piano Technique Books You Should Read
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Easy Keyboard Songs for Beginners: Master Music Reading Techniques Quickly. The Step by Step Piano Workbook Perfect to Learn How to Play Your First Song in Just 2 Days. Lessons for Kids Included.
Author(s): Thomas J. Ferrante
ID: 2798889, Publisher: , Year: 2020, Size: 1 Mb, Format: epub
Fingerpower Christmas: 10 Seasonal Piano Solos with Technique Warm-Ups Elementary Level
Author(s): Hal Leonard Corp.;James Poteat
ID: 2547811, Publisher: Hal Leonard LLC, Year: 2019, Size: 7 Mb, Format: epub
Fingerpower Pop - Level 3: 10 Piano Solos with Technique Warm-Ups
Author(s): James Poteat;
ID: 2547814, Publisher: Hal Leonard LLC;b, Year: 2019, Size: 8 Mb, Format: epub
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