Contemporary Piano Technique

Author: Stephany Tiernan
Editor: Berklee PressPublications
ISBN: 9780876390771
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(Berklee Guide). This book/DVD pack teaches expressive, virtuosic, and healthy piano technique for contemporary and classical styles. Through integrated written directions and video examples, you will see exactly how to move your fingers, wrists, arms, feet, body and breath to achieve maximum expressive effect and technical facility. Developed by Berklee Piano Dept. Chair Stephany Tiernan as a continuation of the groundbreaking work of Mme. Margaret Chaloff, this approach to piano technique has been used by thousands of pianists worldwide. The DVD demonstrates each technique in isolation, and in the context of playing repertoire in jazz, rock, new age, Latin and classical styles.

Hanon Revisited Contemporary Piano Exercises

Author: Arthur Gold
Editor: G. Schirmer, Incorporated
ISBN: 9781480344228
File Size: 59,22 MB
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Piano Method

The Contemporary Piano

Author: Alan Shockley
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 144228188X
File Size: 42,45 MB
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With The Contemporary Piano, Shockley provides a comprehensive resource for composers writing music that uses extended techniques for the piano and for pianists interested in playing repertoire that makes use of techniques and/or implements unfamiliar to them.

Modern Piano Technique

Author: Tony Llewellyn
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781481917032
File Size: 14,35 MB
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Modern Piano Technique is for those who want to fast-track their ability to play piano with a contemporary feel. It is not a book of songs but, as the title implies, a book that will teach you fundamental techniques used in playing contemporary keyboard. If you learned classical music and are frustrated because you've found it difficult to make the switch to contemporary songs, this book is for you. If you've attained a reasonable level of proficiency in playing modern piano and want to round out your performance using modern methods, this book is for you. Modern Piano Technique introduces you to the techniques modern pianists use in the rock piano style, and gives practical examples of how to apply these techniques to a chord progression. In Modern Piano Technique, you will learn how to play modern piano by learning how to pivot, arpeggiate, use major seventh chords, add ninths and elevenths, rock your music, and more.

Essential Techniques Of Jazz And Contemporary Piano

Author: Steve Lockwood
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456737325
File Size: 10,60 MB
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Looking for that definitive text that covers improvisation in all its diversity with clarity and ease? Are you ready to put in the time and effort required to be a complete musician? Are you unable to afford huge tuitions for your education, but want the careful guidance that a private teacher with the right text can give you? Your search has ended! This book covers "Essential" materials for a thorough study of improvisation and Jazz piano in two parts: Techniques and Styles. Part 1 includes studies of chord voicings, (how to arrange chord notes in your hands), harmonic and linear approaches to soloing, keyboard bass, rhythmic phrasing, and the "free areas" of introductions, endings, and turnarounds. Part 2 covers a chronological study of style from early Stride techniques, through Swing, Be-Bop, modal harmony, Latin "montuno" techniques and thoughts on soloing in general. Serious amateurs and young professionals alike will learn basic concepts, enabling a deeper pursuit of each subject, opening the door to a personal repertoire and individual style for a lifetime of enjoyment.

A Portrait Of Contemporary U S Teachers Of Piano

Author: Barbara Ann Stolz
Editor: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1793603022
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Using factors extrapolated from historical and social science literatures to frame the observations of twenty current U.S. piano teachers, A Portrait of Contemporary U.S. Teachers of Piano: A Musical Journey explores the contemporary U.S. piano teacher through a social science lens. Drawing on many interviews and on her personal experience with teaching piano, Barbara Stolz argues that each teacher is an artist and a pedagogue, teaching approaches are eclectic and pragmatic, and knowing each student is paramount.

The Psycho Physical Foundations Of Modern Piano Technique

Author: Peeter Ramul
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Vcr And Film Catalog

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Guide To The Best In Contemporary Piano Music

Author: Stanley Butler
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ISBN: 9780810806283
File Size: 77,96 MB
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Leschetizky S Fundamental Principles Of Piano Technique

Author: Marie Prentner
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486442799
File Size: 34,21 MB
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Authentic and complete in its presentation, this guide features numerous illustrations, exercises, and examples from piano literature.

Contemporary Piano Repertoire

Author: Luciane Cardassi
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File Size: 76,20 MB
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Principles Of Piano Technique And Interpretation

Author: Kendall Taylor
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File Size: 50,29 MB
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Traditional World Music Influences In Contemporary Solo Piano Literature

Author: Elizabeth C. Axford
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File Size: 33,64 MB
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Identifies pieces in contemporary solo piano literature that show world music influences not traditionally associated with the standard repertoire of Western European art music. The resulting annotated bibliography therefore includes pieces which use or attempt to emulate non-Western scales, modes, and folk tunes, and rhythmic, percussive or harmonic devices and timbres.

Contemporary Keyboard

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Modern Technique Of The Pedal

Author: Karl Ulrich Schnabel
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File Size: 14,17 MB
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Jazz Improvisation Contemporary Piano Styles

Author: John Mehegan
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File Size: 35,83 MB
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Contemporary Instrumental Techniques

Author: Gardner Read
Editor: Macmillan Publishing Company
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File Size: 32,47 MB
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Explains idiomatic techniques and devices involving unconventional uses of conventional instruments in contemporary music, citing representative scores by avant-garde American, European, and Oriental composers