Charles-Louis Hanon/arr. Michael Bomier - Gateway Editions
Publisher Desc. Part Two of the old favorite, updated in THREE big ways. First, all exercises are 100% symmetrical, giving the same fingers of each hand the same work, up and down. Second, ALL the exercises are TRANSPOSED to all 12 keys, just like the Russian Conservatory used in Czarist times. Third, the new instructions show how to play these familiar studies using the latest concepts for the bio-mechanics of piano-playing, as espoused by Gyorgy Sndor and others. R.H. fingerings above, L.H. below the music. Play them in any octave. All exercises one octave up and back down. Scales, octaves, and arpeggios are in a different volume, Scales, Chords, Arpeggios, and Octaves for the Classical Pianist, by Michael Bomier, avail. from J.W. Pepper.