Exploring Piano Classics Technique, Level 1
A Masterwork Method for the Developing Pianist
By Nancy Bachus
Item: 00-31348
UPC: 038081334912
ISBN 10: 0739055534
ISBN 13: 9780739055533
PRICE: $8.95
Series: Exploring Piano Classics
Category: Piano Collection
Format: Book
Instrument: Piano
Level: Late Elementary
The Exploring Piano Classics: A Masterworks Method for Developing Pianists series pairs motivating performance repertoire with thoughtful technical studies. Each level contains a Repertoire book with CD and a Technique book, both with convenient page-by-page correlation. When used together, the books give students a deep understanding of the art of music, performance practices, and the necessary skills to play the piano with technical highly structured program of technical development. They include basic keyboard patterns (five-finger patterns, scales, chords, cadences, and arpeggios in the major and minor keys found in the Repertoire books), exercises and etudes, and other necessary technical drills for mastering each piece in the Repertoire books. Suggestions for efficient practice are also included.
Five-Finger Patterns in E Major (Contrary Motion)
Legato and Staccato Cadences in E
Cadence Workout in E
E Major Scale
E Harmonic Minor Scale
Left-Hand Leaps
Four-Note Broken Chords in E
Arpeggios in E
Alberti Bass Pattern
Balancing on Fingers 5 and 1
Arpeggios in D
Arpeggios in A
Reviewing Touches
Combining Touches
Playing Larger Intervals
Expansion Etude Vogel
Warm-Up Patterns in F
Five-Finger Patterns in F Major (Contrary Motion)
Legato and Staccato Cadences in F
Right-Hand Trill Study
Dynamic Shaping of Two- or Three-Note Slurs and Staccato
Warm-Up Patterns in E
Grouping Repeated Chords
Marching in E Major Köhler
Four-Note Broken Chords in A
Legato and Staccato Cadences in A
Cadence Workout in D
Cadence Workout in A
Four-Note Broken Chords in D
Review of Legato Touch
Legato and Staccato Cadences in C
Bouncing Staccato
Warm-Up Patterns in C and G
Five-Finger Patterns in C Major (Contrary Motion)
Five-Finger Patterns in G Major (Contrary Motion)
D Major Scale
D Harmonic Minor Scale
A Major Scale
A Harmonic Minor Scale
Legato and Staccato Cadences in D
Clinging Legato Touch Mason
Rolling Legato Norris
Review of Staccato Touch
Wrist Staccato Mason
Increasing Speed
Racing in F
Warm-Up Patterns in D and A
Five-Finger Patterns in D Major (Contrary Motion)
F Major Scale
F Harmonic Minor Scale
Four-Note Broken Chords in F
Arpeggios in F
Dynamic Shaping of Motives and Sequences
Four-Note Broken Chords in G
Legato and Staccato Cadences in G
Cadence Workout in C
Cadence Workout in G
Four-Note Broken Chords in C
Melody Schytte
Motive and Sequence Patterns
Legato Motives and Sequences for the Right Hand
Legato Motives and Sequences for the Left Hand
Glue and Fast Flicks
Common Bass Pattern
Staccato Chords in Groups of Three
Double Notes
Con moto Gurlitt
Two Parts in One Hand
Waltz Czerny
Speeding Again
Speeding in G Major Beyer
Thumb Slides
C Major Scale
C Harmonic Minor Scale
G Major Scale
G Harmonic Minor Scale
Arpeggios in C
Arpeggios in G
Slurs of Three or More Notes
Left-Hand Melody
Left-Hand Rotation
Playing Two-Note Slurs
Five-Finger Patterns in A Major (Contrary Motion)