Lessons tagged with 'Orchestration'

Title Description Teacher Freebie?
Is Weighted Touch Good for You Weighted touch reduces melodic flexibility and orchestral sound Alan Fraser
When I play right hand forte my left hand plays loudly too Asked by: ArthurDing Alan Fraser
The Difficult Art of Orchestration How to really orchestrate at the piano Alan Fraser
Getting All the Colors We Need out of the Piano No weight of the arm interfering with "dancing" with the notes Alan Fraser
Throw Yourself into the Certain Frame of Mind When you hyper orchestrate, the soul appears Alan Fraser
Chopin-Etude Opus 10 No 1 From a small workshop in Amherst, MA 2016. Alan Fraser
Liszt-Liebestraum in A Flat Major - The Thumb Part 1 Another recent lesson with a focus on the thumb, orchestration and sound Alan Fraser
Chopin-Hand Structure in the Harp Etude Part 2 Alan is throwing a lot of super useful info at the student. Alan Fraser
Rachmaninov-Prelude in G minor Valuable info on orchestration, sound, performance... Alan Fraser
What Comes First Asked by: jocahdj Alan Fraser
Expressive Sonority Alan talks about bold melodic siging or Alan Fraser
Three Dimensional Piano Playing Alan talks about the three dimensions while creating music Alan Fraser
Lecture on Orchestration Part 2 Alan is talking about the role of the knee and there is an interesting Q&A session.. Alan Fraser
Lecture on Orchestration Part 1 Alan is talking about importance of orchestration and how to approach it best. Alan Fraser