content_pasteLa physique de la technique de piano: poids du bras, la fonction anti-gravité et l'art en le son et le phrasé
content_pasteEach pianist has a way of inflecting musical line
content_pasteThe first cardinal direction and a way to play by extending the fingers instead of curling them
content_pasteSome of you might already be familiar with the fuction of the thumb but it's good to recap.
content_pasteWorking with the keys, not against them and making the strings vibrate the right way
content_pasteAlan talks about antigravity function, how to use it and get that springy, pure quality tone
content_pasteSlipping and sliding exercise, fourth arch of the hand, metacarpals
content_pasteAlan talking about his latest project, a book for piano teachers and adult beginners
content_pastePart 2 out of 3 in from Alan's Q&A on rotation. We are talking about the true skeletal alignment and rotating on the note.
content_pasteQuestion turned in a small series and this is part 1. Alan talks about what he has recently learned about rotation
content_pasteWe are talking about Feldenkrais exercises and how related they are to piano technique
content_pasteHave we all been taught arm weight wrong?
content_pasteWe are kicking off this series with harpsichord technique, piano escapement..
content_pasteA new series on thumb in the light of the organic hand approach