Piano Practice Tips – The Benefits of Slow Relaxed Practice

May 17, 2014

PianoCareer·25 videos

http://www.pianocareer.com, http://www.pianocareeracademy.com/ In this video, I answer some questions posted on my site – PianoCareer.com. The questions are:
1. How to make sure that the descending movement in scales is played evenly (especially the position shift, when the 3rd finger crosses over the thumb)?
2. Why does the pinkie of many pianists tend to lift up during fast passages?
3. Achieving speed and developing our technique – piano practice tips and suggestions.
4. Practice recommendations for mastering the first bars of Schumann’s “Hasche Mann” from the “Kinderszenen” Suite op. 15

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One Response to “Piano Practice Tips – The Benefits of Slow Relaxed Practice”

  1. Great post, I am constantly telling my students how important it is to practice slowly. Thanks for sharing I love her videos!🎹🎶☺️

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