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I shudder any and every time I see someone place any kind of beverage on a piano – but it’s your piano, and while it’s none of my business, I acrl help but comment! Please Support Our Advertisers. Then try to play as fast as your can with light fingers. Create a quick account: Forums 40 TopicsPosts 2, Members 91, Thank you for sharing. It’s a fascinating phenomenon, and I know that many would use other adjectives for it. Czerrny Studies – Op.
Regards, BruceD – – – – – Estonia You are cqrl connected, choose one of two options to submit your comment: A Dozen A Day 3: A Dozen A Day 2: Collections of free-scores-admin 5 Hungarian folk songs. Haydn’s String Quartets Opus Audio and video players are included. Subscribe Piano World PianoSupplies. Plus of course a couple of people calling something like a Bach Partita a “song. Practice through the piece like that for times.
Carl Czerny: The Art Of Finger Dexterity Op.740 (Book 1)
I don’t totally refrain but I mostly do, for that reason. Public Not listed Private.
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I also agree with what BruceD pointed out.
Art of Finger Dexterity Op – Carl Czerny
I would suggest that you try to work it closer to the tempo indicated in the Peters Edition of to the quarter note; at present, you are playing this at about Annotate this sheet music. I will be particularly grateful for the comment on my Youtube channel https: Connect to add to a playlist. The Gimo Music Collection.
As for this performance, you certainly have all the notes in hand. This service works with Youtube, Dailymotion. We recommend that you assign name-surname. The Real Book – Volume 1: Happy New Year ! To be able to play at a faster tempo, practice it more slowly; press every key firmly and evenly, and don’t use any pedal.
The Art of Finger Dexterity, Op.740
Originally Posted by BruceD I refrain from writing comments on YouTube, as so many of them are from those who have little knowledge of the material and whose comments are often, unjustifiably, vituperative in tone. I don’t want to be part of that community.
Complete Score pages – Learn more and set cookies Close. Be the first to write down a comment. Buy sheet music books Czerny, Carl. I would also think about using less pedal to bring out greater brilliance in the right hand passagework.
Follow this composer Be informed by email for any addition or update of the sheet music and MP3 of this artist. While you are careful to change the pedal as the harmonic structure changes, for my taste greater brilliance would be evident – at a faster tempo – with less pedal.
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I refrain from writing comments on YouTube, as so many of them are from those who have little knowledge of the material and whose comments are often, unjustifiably, vituperative in tone.