Chopin Prelude in E Minor Op. 28 no. 4, Frederic Chopin, piano, playing piano, word press, word, wordpress,, you tube, you, yout tube,

Play the piano like it’s a violin (Thoughts on practicing Chopin’s Prelude in E minor, Op. 28 no. 4)

If pianists would think of the string or vocal model when playing, their phrases would be sculpted and shaped nicely.

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What pianists can learn from string players

Piano students have a lot to learn from string players who have direct contact with their sound source by strokes of a bow. As pianists, we are physically separated from the strings as hammers must be activated by our key depressions, but by listening to the swells of a violin, cello, or viola, hearing shades… Continue reading What pianists can learn from string players