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list Floating On The Keyboard

on Walking Forwards vs Walking on the Spot

personArthurDing
list Synovial Fluid At The Bottom Of The Key

on Forte Octaves

personArthurDing
list Don't Make Top Voice Louder. Use Different Technique.

on Applying These Ideas to the Repertoire

personmarkeog
list Slow Rotation Ex Is To Create The Point Of Balance

on The Hand Stays in Balance

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list The Minute There's A Block, The Sound Suffers

on Mussorgsky-Pictures at an Exhibition-The Great Gate of Kiev Part 1

personmarkeog
list Straighten Up By Making The Rib Cage Float

on Mussorgsky-Pictures at an Exhibition-The Great Gate of Kiev Part 1

personmarkeog
list If You're Really Extended, Can't Really Rotate.

on Mussorgsky-Pictures at an Exhibition-The Great Gate of Kiev Part 1

personmarkeog
list Elastically Loaded Does NOT Mean "supple"!

on Strong Fifth Finger

personmarkeog
list Avoiding Hyper-extension

on Mussorgsky-Pictures at an Exhibition-The Great Gate of Kiev Part 1

personmarkeog
list Compression, NOT Of The Key, BUT Of Air In The Piston

on Mussorgsky-Pictures at an Exhibition-The Great Gate of Kiev Part 1

personmarkeog
list About "parasitic Contractions"

on Mussorgsky-Pictures at an Exhibition-The Great Gate of Kiev Part 1

personmarkeog
list Collapsing Vs. Elastic, Kinematic Chain When Curling

on Mussorgsky-Pictures at an Exhibition-The Great Gate of Kiev Part 1

personmarkeog
list Doug Johnson "kinomatic Integration"

on Mussorgsky-Pictures at an Exhibition-The Great Gate of Kiev Part 1

personmarkeog
list Octaves - Tunnel Through With Individual Finger Movement

on Mussorgsky-Pictures at an Exhibition-The Great Gate of Kiev Part 1

personmarkeog
list Breathing Should Have Equal Expansion Front AND Back

on Mussorgsky-Pictures at an Exhibition-The Great Gate of Kiev Part 1

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