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MICHAEL CLARK is an Adjunct Instructor of Piano
at Lone Star College and the founder of Piano Tricks (https://pianotricks.net/), an ever-growing database of innovative fingerings. Clark holds a DMA from Rice University, teaches students of all ages in his Houston-based private studio, and is President of Forum Music Teachers Association.

Autumn 2021: Play the Octaves with Two Hands: Chopin's and Liszt's Redistributions in Their Own Works

The practice of playing one or more notes with a different hand than prescribed by the composer, commonly known as "redistribution," is used widely by pianists today, though the practice has its critics. Some pianists contend that redistribution violates the composer's intent and should be avoided. Other performers, especially&n...
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Quick Teaching Tips: Uploading Videos to YouTube

Learn the basics of uploading videos to YouTube. Presented by Michael Clark.
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Quick Teaching Tips: Uploading Videos to Google Drive

Learn the basics of uploading videos to Google Drive. Presented by Michael Clark. 
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Quick Teaching Tips: Uploading a Video from Your Phone

 Learn the basics of uploading videos from your phone. Presented by Michael Clark.
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Quick Teaching Tips: Uploading to Dropbox

 Learn the basics of uploading videos to Dropbox. Presented by Michael Clark.
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Survival of the fittest: A reevaluation of traditional scale and arpeggio fingerings

Fingering holds a foundational place in fine piano technique. In the words of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, "More is lost through poor fingering than can be replaced by all conceivable artistry and good taste."1 For many pianists, traditional fingerings for scales and arpeggios are chiseled in stone. Codified in C.P.E. Bach's Essay on the Tr...
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