Save yourself from additional work and do things the right way right away
and neglect the metacarpals
and use them to play not only scales, but everything really
A very informative bit on our playing aparathus
Forearm muscles and their role in our functional hand
So what we are looking for is good kind of muscular tonus not plain old bad kind of tension
Very simple idea, but how often do we really practice it?
and build muscle so you can play the piano?
Many muscles in the hand need to be developed to make the hand functional
One fundamental error in how we understand human locomotion was that it's all done with muscle contraction
Deeging deeper in the hand function and movement, interossei, MCP
Elasticity, tonus, muscles, bones, skeleton
How do we play forte and what muscles engage while playing piano
Why do we use the thumb? A little bit of history and anatomy
How to stand and why is it important?