Pupil Saver: "Scherzo" from Four Fleeting Pieces, Op. 15 by Clara Wieck Schumann

Are you interested in teaching piano music by Clara Wieck Schumann to your students but don't know where to start? While Schumann's music is becoming more known and popular, it is typically her advanced works that are performed. She often wrote pieces for her own concerts—therefore, fast passagework, thick textures, an...

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Hensel: Melodie in C-sharp Minor, Op. 4, No. 2

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Preparation and Presentation Context: pieces that are helpful to have experienced or played before approaching this one Pieces that have a melody line over a simple bass harmony.Pieces that have more than one voice represented in one hand, pre level 9 (for example: Bach Little Preludes and Fugues or movements from French Suites). Get Ready: creativ...

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Lang: “Arabesque” from 3 Klavierstücke

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Video 1: Preparation & Presentation Video 2: Performance Preparation and Presentation Context: pieces that are helpful to have experienced or played before approaching this one Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: "Reverie" from Album for the YoungRobert Schumann: "Little Romance" from Album for the Young Get Ready: creative activities to explore before t...

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From the Artist Bench with Carol Leone (11/19/2021)

Chopin's Polonaise Fantasie: A Love Story Expressed Through Song and Dance

Hidden Gems: Four Centuries of Keyboard Music by Women Composers (11/03/2021)

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Autumn 2021: Book Reviews: Piano-Playing Revisited: What Modern Players Can Learn From Period Instruments by David Breitman

Warning: this book may lead to prolonged practicing and thorough reexaminations of one's approach to Classical and early Romantic repertoire. It had this effect on me, and I believe it will have an impact on my playing and teaching henceforth. While reading the book, I played all the musical examples appropriate for my Dulcken copy, but I couldn't ...

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