The Palette of Touches - Elementary book presents a way for students to easily develop tonal colors and touches in piano performance through exercises and repertoire that define various types of legato,
Restart Piano guides returning players through 12 specially selected tracks to bring them successfully back up to speed with the piano at their own enjoyable pace. With additional exercises, tips and theory
Building on the tradition of the piano study championed by Chopin, Liszt and Scriabin, Debussy composed his Douze Etudes in 1915, dedicated 'a la memoire de Frederic Chopin'. Each taking a small
The famous finger training exercises by Hanon for specifically improving strength, dexterity and independence: They cover basic techniques and typical musical contexts which can be transferred to all kinds
Frenchman Charles Louis Hanon (1819-1900) first published The Virtuoso Pianist in 1874. It became especially well-known as the world's most often used finger exercises for piano after the 1900 G.
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