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Practising the Piano
A blog, updated weekly, describing the day to day activities of a serious..
Do you get frustrated when learning a new piece that it doesn’t seem to stick from one day to the next? If you approach a new piece ..read more
After some initial trepidation regarding how to approach extending our resources on the complex subject of piano technique on the Online ..read more
Following our announcements last year regarding upcoming projects and content, we’ve been hard at work on a collection of modules on ..read more
This is the third in my series on Q-Spots, and I’m going to feature one short excerpt from Beethoven’s Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor, ..read more
There is one scale that can take plenty of pedal without sounding in any way offensive, the whole-tone scale. Because all six notes of the ..read more
This week’s guest blog post announces the launch of a unique new online sight-reading curriculum for advanced pianists by Ken Johansen, ..read more
Piano playing is a deeply satisfying artistic activity, but it can also be very demanding physically on our arms and hands. Just as elite ..read more
Edvard Grieg’s collection of 66 short Lyric Pieces includes some of his best known music. They were published in 10 volumes between 1867 ..read more
We’d like to wish all of our readers all of the best for the year ahead and thank you for your support in 2019. With 2020 now underway, ..read more
We’re currently taking a break over the Festive Session and will resume further posts and updates in the New Year. In the meantime, the ..read more

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