Pulse Patterning DVD - Now Available On PianoTechnique.org

1 year ago by JOVAN in SERVICE CHANNEL Pinned

Starting today, you will be able to purchase and watch Charles Aschbrenner's Pulse Putterning DVD here on PianoTechnique.org Make sure you are logged in, visit

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Finger Staccato

6 months ago by PLAINE in TECHNIQUE AND METHODS

Hi!   I believe ”finger staccato” is quite widely used method for making passages clean or activating and strengthening fingers. I am just wondering here that how w...

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Latest Iteration Of The Site

11 months ago by JOVAN in SERVICE CHANNEL

Hey guys, Some of you know that I am working on a new version of pianotechnique.org. This version is more then 2 years old and it's about time I refresh things around here. Not on...

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Being Part Of The Instrument

11 months ago by JOVAN in SERIES AND VIDEOS

Hello.  I Just watched the new video "Becoming One with the Instrument".  I actually think everything Alan teaches helps a dn enables the pianist to become one with the instrument. ...

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Recent Series On Kinematics & Chopin Etudes

11 months ago by JOVAN in SERIES AND VIDEOS

Hi.  Just to say I am loving the recent couple of series, the one on Introduction to Piano Kinematics, and the other on Chopin Etudes.  Jovan and Alan must have had a lot of fun recording...

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Piano Kinematics Conference Discussion

1 year ago by JOVAN in SERVICE CHANNEL

We recorded the video some time last month. In the meantime, Alan has decided to hold the first conference in August 2019 in Novi Sad. More info below:  Jovan   Fi...

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Alan's Latest Challenge

1 year ago by ALANFRASERPIANO in TECHNIQUE AND METHODS

What a shock to watch Alan's update this morning, recounting his struggle with injury. He is so honest about this, and it is hard to watch because he is obviously in real distress. I hope Alan know...

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Range Of Motion Issues In Right Hand

1 year ago by ALANFRASERPIANO in TECHNIQUE AND METHODS

I've been gradually retraining myself after years (like 40) of wrong approaches starting with being taught to "strike" the keys at an early age.  One thing that I notice is that I have much be...

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