Piano Etudes for Developing Musicality, Book 1
Encouraging pianists to achieve greater musical expression through the practical application of technique.
by Tom Gerou and Ingrid Jacobson Clarfield
Piano Etudes for Developing Musicality, Book 1 encourages pianists to achieve greater musical expression through the practical application of technique. Ten technique-based units each contain multiple etudes organized in progressive order of difficulty. Pedagogical suggestions are provided for each piece. Features original recital etudes by Tom Gerou that incorporate all concepts introduced. Selections by Berens * Beyer * Burgmüller * Concone * Czerny * Duvernoy * Gerou * Gurlitt * Köhler * Streabbog.
UNIT 10 Recital Etudes audio:
Etude 01 by Tom Gerou
Etude 02 by Tom Gerou
Etude 03 by Tom Gerou
Etude 04 by Tom Gerou
The advancement of piano technique depends on physical strength and dexterity to implement musical expression. Piano Etudes for Developing Musicality, Book 1 presents a collection of piano studies (French, études) incorporating particular techniques that support a musically artistic approach to playing. These etudes encourage a direct connection between physical gesture and musical result. Etudes in Units 1–9 are chosen from the vast catalog of 19th-century piano teaching literature. Special attention has been given to the selection of pieces in regard to meter, keys, and appropriate complexity. Unit titles reflect the various techniques featured within, and pieces are organized in progressive order by difficulty. “Unit 10: Recital Etudes Combining Multiple Techniques” contains etudes specifically composed for this edition by Tom Gerou and incorporates techniques presented in Units 1–9.
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