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The technique of piano playing
Originally published as A Zongorajatek Technikaja; Zenemukiado Budapest, 1964.
|Statement||translated (from the Hungarian) by Istvan Kleszky ; illustrations by Jeno Szots.|
In any case, piano playing is a practical skill. You can't learn it only by reading books about it, or watching other people do it! – user May 23 '17 at I agree that it is a practical skill, and absolutely feedback is important. My objective here is to present general principles of piano technique. Although these principles are fundamental, this essay is not meant for beginners. Piano playing is a very complex mental and motor skill; a beginner has so much to get accustomed to that he .
"His book The Technique of Piano Playing (), later translated into four languages, was the first publication in Hungarian to contain several pages devoted to the harpsichord and the development of early keyboard instruments." (Bach cantatas) Overseas customers please note the book will attract additional postage. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - Genre/Form: Methods (Music) Methods: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gát, József. Technique of piano playing. London, Collet's [, ©].
Learn great piano songs! The lessons will greatly expand your repertoire of beloved piano songs and improve your piano technique, creativity, and understanding of music. Whether you are teaching yourself piano or learning with a music instructor, this book and streaming video course will take your piano playing to a whole new level! Ask /5(). The Pace books avoid the position-playing approaches which afflict so many other methods currently in vogue. They are best used with a knowledgeable and attuned teacher to help guide the student. Review of Pace Method Books, Levels 1 and 2 and Music for the Piano for the Older Beginner, Book One.
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The Technique of Piano Playing 5th Edition by Jozsef Gat (Author) ISBN Cited by: The technique of piano playing Hardcover – January 1, by József Gát (Author) out of 5 stars 1 ratingReviews: 1. The technique of piano playing Hardcover – January 1, by József Gát (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: József Gát.
The Technique of Piano Playing book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(3). After studying piano with Phil Cohen and Tom Plaunt in Montreal, Canadian pianist Alan Fraser completed his professional training in the Feldenkrais Method before moving to Yugoslavia in to collaborate with Kemal Gekic in the development of a The technique of piano playing book approach to piano technique.
Author of several books and a DVD on the subject, Fraser maintains an active Feldenkrais practice and piano Cited by: He makes his case with an historical survey of earlier schools of thought concerning piano technique that, according to the author, culminated in an impasse in the early twentieth century.
As scientific research into brain functioning progressed, the tools were now in place to make a case for the neurobiological basis of piano by: 5. An advantage that Pischna exercises has over other best piano technique books is that it encourages you to practice each exercise in all twelve keys.
This develops finger and hand positioning in all keys, and helps you to familiarize yourself with all the different keys of the piano. IV.2 Scientific Approach to Piano Practice IV The Scientific Method; IV Principles of Learning; IV.3 Why Is Intuition So Often Wrong.
IV.4 Mozart's Formula, Beethoven and Group Theory; IV.5 Learning Rate Calculation ( Times Faster!) IV.6 Future Research Topics.
IV Momentum Theory of Piano Playing; IV The Physiology of Technique. The organist must base his or her organ technique on a good piano technique. Even though the fingering is slightly different from the piano to the organ, much can be gained from Sandor.
I would highly reccommend this book to any organist or pianist. It is a good, common sense guide to piano s: The force needed to move an object (in this case a piano key) is kinetic energy, which is a combination of weight and speed, as stated in the equation KE (kinetic energy) = ½ mv2 (where m = mass and v.
velocity).The weight is provided by resting some of the arm’s weight on the keys. Best book for piano technique (Read times) etude_3. PS Silver Member; I haven't read too too many books on the subject of piano-playing, as I'm always a bit more interested in developing my own point of view than in allowing my own point of view to be influenced by others.
Level 1 of the Bastien Piano Basics book takes new pianists across the entire keyboard. The goal of the method is to get students to play effectively in all 12 keys, develop basic technique and theory. Level 1 focuses on the first 3 keys while the other 9 are taught throughout the other 4 levels of the method.
The Most Important Rule of Piano Technique. piano technique. There is a rule of piano technique that is sure to do more to advance your piano playing than any other.
All amateur pianists I have ever witnessed break this rule every time they play, and doing so costs them their progress and. : The Technique of Piano Playing () by Gat, Jozsef and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(1).
This is the best book ever written on how to practice at the piano. The revelation of this book is that there are highly efﬁcient practice methods that can accelerate your learning rate, by up to 1, times if you have not yet learned the most efﬁcient practice methods (see IV.5).File Size: KB.
Along with piano fingering: hand position and piano technique. Your thumb and pinky will naturally tend to play flat, but if you keep them tall (as if “diving” into the keys) you will develop a stronger technique.
Play with firm, curved fingers (use the natural curve of your fingers, not over-curved and not flat). Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find The Technique of Piano Playing () by Gat, Jozsef.4/5(1).
Technique is the ability to execute a zillion different piano passages; therefore it is not dexterity, but an aggregate of many skills. The wondrous thing about piano technique, and the most important message of this book, is that piano skills can be learned in a short time, if.
The Craft of Piano Playing book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work presents a comprehensive approach to piano technique /5(22).
Technique is HUGE. I honestly think it is the most important thing to develop as a piano beginner. If you have good beginners piano technique, the rest (expressiveness, sight-reading, ext.) will it’ll lead to the more advanced techniques like playing crazy fast arpeggios;).
Before I go into detail about the 5 finger technique, I want to talk about a mental shift, a different way. This book's helps you learn: •To play by ear tunes on the piano. The creative imagination is developed every time you learn a new song (story) and every time you tell an old story with a new twist.
In terms of playing by ear, part of the technique is to be able to sing what you play. Size: 1MB.ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Translation from the Hungarian of: A zongorajáték technikája. "Published in cooperation with Corvina Press, Budapest"--Title page verso.Request: to those who have found this material useful, please make an effort to let at least two people know about my web site, so that we can start a chain reaction of ever more people that will be informed of this site.
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