Fundamentals of Piano Technique - The Russian Method

Fundamentals of Piano Technique - The Russian Method - Olga Conus, Leon Conus, James McKeever (Editor), Susan McKeever (Editor) | Karta-nauczyciela.org PDF, TXT, FB2. EPUB. MOBI. The book was written on 2021. Look for a book on karta-nauczyciela.org.

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Olga Conus, Leon Conus, James McKeever (Editor), Susan McKeever (Editor)
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5,87 MB
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Fundamentals of Piano Technique - The Russian Method.pdf
ISBN
7121587052373

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(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. The exercises in this method are concise and efficient, focusing on the elements of good playing: control, touch, nuance, and musicianship. This book can be used by students at all levels of development, and with all shapes and sizes of hands. The preparatory exercises allow students to begin using the book within their first year of lessons. A systematic approach allows the hands to develop gradually, avoiding dangerous tension or muscle damage. Topics include: preparatory exercises; extension exercises; five-finger exercises; flexibility of the thumb; trill exercises; scales & arpeggios; wrist development; double notes; and more.

44 Exercises for extensions -- Five-finger exercises -- The passage of the ... The Russian piano teaching method is often complemented by the use of solfeggio, and it is commonplace that when Russian teachers do use it, they use the fixed do, meaning C is always do, regardless of the key. With the British piano teaching method, solfeggio is less commonly used, and when it is, moveable do (the tonic is do) is used. 17.50 € / 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.

They structure a dialogue, but are not allowed to write it for a while. This space between constructing the form and actually writing the piece consolidates the tension. Olga Conus & Leon Conus Newly Revised by James & Susan McKeever.

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