This Week's Featured Content:  Advancing Repertoire

Inspiring Artistry: John Ellis teaches Knight Rupert

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Béla Bartók: Two Romanian Dances, Op. 8a, and the Romanian Folk Influence

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Timeless Teaching Videos: Conversations with Frances Clark, Part 3 (1989)

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Introducing students to the music of Schumann

Most likely some of the first Romantic compositions a student will study will be by Robert Schumann. This article from Schumann's bicentennial (2011) discusses three pieces from his Album for the Young.

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Advancing intermediate students

How do you move intermediate-level students to advanced repertoire?

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How do you avoid assigning repertoire that is too difficult too soon?

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This Week in Piano History

March 12

March 12
1910 - Bela Bartok's Two Romanian Dances, Op. 8a were performed for the first time by the composer in Paris.

March 12

March 12
1891 - Clara Schumann's last public performance, at the age of 71, in Frankfurt, Germany. She performed Brahms' Haydn Variations.

March 9

March 9
1910: Samuel Barber was born in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

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