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The way of playing the piano in the different schools of playing differ in some aspects such as the position of hands, fingers, the use of arms and many others. But one of the few aspects in which all teachers and pianists seem to agree is using fingertips in a firm...read more
On this week, I will talk about several easy piano etudes and exercises for piano. I won't be talking about the too well known pieces by Czerny or Berens but about more modern books on piano exercises that contain easy piano etudes that students can easily practise...read more
In this week post I recommend several easy sonatinas for piano. There are a lot of pieces written in sonatina form, yet many people choose the same 3 or 4 pieces over and over. This is a pity because there is a great variety of sonatinas. All these sonatinas are...read more
I start the series of posts about the piano methods for children with my favorite one, Piano Safari. It´s a three volume method but I only have the first two. They have recently published the third volume but I haven't bought it for now. I plan to buy it very soon.So...read more
Jennifer Linn's piano pieces for children With this post I start a series of entries dedicated to composers of pedagogigal piano pieces for children. They are not avant-garde compositions but pieces that are specific to piano students in their early learning years. In...read more
In the process of learning an instrument the parents role plays a crucial part. There is a triangle formed by teacher-student-parent which requires teamwork and open communication. If one of the pieces of this triangle fails to maintain this structure the process...read more