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latest reply posted 1 year ago by Jovan in Service channel

I got more great footage from Alan and will edit it and publish asap. It would be great if some of you could help me POI these videos since there is so much info in there. J

latest reply posted 1 year ago by Jovan in Service channel

I have been thinking for a while that it would be nice if we had an offical shirt with a bear, maybe a clever illustartion or word play on piano and technique? Any interest in that? I would...

latest reply posted 2 years ago by Markeog in Service channel

I recorded this series some time ago, it is still relevant but do let me know if any of the videos needs re-freshing or if you think I should cover something else. ht...

latest reply posted 2 years ago by ArthurDing in Piano and feldenkrais

This popped up on my feed today and I thought some of you might find it interesting in case you have ever wondered why your knuckles make that popping sound.   https://gizmodo....

latest reply posted 2 years ago by Jovan in Service channel

There are lots of great things in there but I think I need your help if you have the time of course :) Thanks! This is the one in question: 

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latest reply posted 2 years ago by Markeog in Piano teaching and pedagogy

This is really a question for Alan.  I think it is so great that you have been talking in the last couple of videos about the importance of rhythm, as well as in the series RHYTHM IS EVERYTHING.  I wo...

latest reply posted 2 years ago by Jovan in Service channel

Hey everybody, As you can see, we have a discussion board at our disposal now. The core is coming from the old forum that was badly damaged some time ago. I had to clean it up and rebuild f...

latest reply posted 2 years ago by Alanfraserpiano in Piano teaching and pedagogy

I was wondering as I am a fan of Yuja Wang(her technique is amazing, yet she can play very lyrically, not just Flight of the Bumblebee in octaves).....her finger movements remind me of my early l...