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Teaching a young beginning piano student how to play expressively (Video)

I’m a firm believer in teaching beautiful phrasing and musical expression from the very start of piano lessons. Taking individual notes, and producing a singing tone is a goal in itself which requires attentive listening, as well as sensitivity to … Continue reading

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