The Piano Teacher’s Survival Guide [Sheet Music]

  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 176 pages, height x width: 276x194 mm, weight: 425 g
  • Type: Sheet Music
  • Izdošanas datums: 01-Jun-2017
  • Izdevniecība: Faber Music Ltd
  • Arrangement: Piano
  • Genres: Education
  • Valoda: English
  • ISBN-10: 0571539645
  • ISBN-13: 9780571539642
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  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 176 pages, height x width: 276x194 mm, weight: 425 g
  • Type: Sheet Music
  • Izdošanas datums: 01-Jun-2017
  • Izdevniecība: Faber Music Ltd
  • Arrangement: Piano
  • Genres: Education
  • Valoda: English
  • ISBN-10: 0571539645
  • ISBN-13: 9780571539642
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The Piano Teacher’s Survival Guide is a comprehensive and practical guide providing essential advice for all piano teachers. Aiming to improve and develop confidence in teaching skills and piano technique, the book focuses on the best ways to support pupils and develop their love of the piano. Featuring many case studies, musical examples and problem-solving clinics, this is a rich resource of basic principles, useful tools and thought-provoking ideas.

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"It's so full of wisdom, brilliant technique [ and] energy...all the information and advice is clothed in imagination making everything that is perceived as difficult, seem so simple, clear and obvious." Hilary du Pre, July 2017 "A hugely thorough and inspirational read for all teachers and pianists." Louise Roques, June 2017 "Once in a while a book appears which must be considered essential, an instant classic, and this is one such publication. The Piano Teacher's Survival Guide instantly establishes itself as the very best practical manual available for today's piano teachers." Pianodao.com, June 2017

Introduction 5(2)
1 What makes a good piano teacher?
7(4)
2 Developing a curriculum for your pupils
11(3)
3 First lessons
14(6)
4 Introducing notation
20(5)
5 Strategies for good piano practice
25(6)
6 Foundation skills: scales and arpeggios
31(7)
7 Foundation skills: sight-reading
38(4)
8 Foundation skills: aural
42(5)
9 An introduction to technique
47(2)
10 The importance of posture
49(6)
11 Relaxation and physical tension
55(4)
12 Weight and relaxation
59(2)
13 The importance of the wrist
61(6)
14 The art of fingering
67(3)
15 Developing finger control
70(3)
16 Thumb under' technique
73(3)
17 Finger-speed and agility
76(4)
18 Rhythmic control, coordination and independence of hands and fingers
80(13)
19 Tone, touch and balance
93(15)
20 The art of articulation
108(6)
21 Exploring the pedal
114(14)
22 Developing movement across the keyboard
128(6)
23 Fast consecutive chords and octaves
134(2)
24 Technical exercises and studies
136(4)
25 Choosing repertoire
140(2)
26 A guide to interpretation
142(2)
27 Performance and interpretation across specific periods of composition
144(8)
28 The performance
152(2)
29 The ingredients of a musical performance
154(5)
30 Dealing with nerves
159(6)
31 And finally ... life, the universe, and dots on the page
165