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Mastering The Piano 3

Mastering The Piano 3

Spielend durch die Welt der Klaviertechnik


  • Instrumentation: piano
  • Edition: method, Lang Lang Piano Academy. Grade 3, Intermediate
  • Language: German
  • Order No.: FM 53893
£10.99
Weight: 0.24 kg
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Lang Lang Piano Academy: Mastering the piano Level 3 (approximately equivalent to Grade 3/Early Intermediate) focuses on techniques such as using the pedal, independence of hands and playing in new keys.

Units:
1. Exploring the keyboard
2 .Developing dexterity
3. The pedal
4. Strengthening your hands
5. Chords
6. Playing in new keys
7. Independent fingers
8. Independent hands
 
Each book comes with a free Scales & Arpeggios chart.

Mastering the piano is the first series of books to be launched in the Lang Lang Piano Academy, a major new piano programme from Faber Music encompassing a range of materials for pianists of all levels. Comprising five progressive books, mastering the piano captures Lang Lang’s passion, drive and extraordinary mastery of the piano. Each book gives students the chance to learn from this exceptional talent who has impressed the world, containing: 8 units that develop key aspects of piano technique; specially devised exercises and studies focusing on each technical area; a diverse selection of piano repertoire including Lang Lang’s best-loved works; beautiful arrangements of music from around the world; inspirational commentary and guidance from Lang Lang himself; stunning photo section of the pianist and examples of art that has inspired his own playing.

Details
Content text: 1. Xmas bells (Hindson)
2. Cradle song (Grieg)
3. Little prelude in C (attrib. JS Bach)
4. Clowns (Kabalevsky)
5. Hua hao yue yuan (trad. Chinese)
6. By crystal stream (Carroll)
7. Les pifferari (Gounod)
8. Chant of the Cree (Bullard)
9. Sarabande (Handel)
10. The wild horseman (Schumann)
11. Prayer (Karganoff)
12. Vivace in A (Rathgeber)
13. Old French song (Tchaikovsky)
14. Air from Water music (Handel)
15. Romanze (attrib. Beethoven)
16. El cóndor pasa (Robles)
ISBN: 978-0-571-53893-5
Publisher: Faber Music

Lang Lang Piano Academy: Mastering the piano Level 3 (approximately equivalent to Grade 3/Early Intermediate) focuses on techniques such as using the pedal, independence of hands and playing in new keys.

Units:
1. Exploring the keyboard
2 .Developing dexterity
3. The pedal
4. Strengthening your hands
5. Chords
6. Playing in new keys
7. Independent fingers
8. Independent hands
 
Each book comes with a free Scales & Arpeggios chart.

Mastering the piano is the first series of books to be launched in the Lang Lang Piano Academy, a major new piano programme from Faber Music encompassing a range of materials for pianists of all levels. Comprising five progressive books, mastering the piano captures Lang Lang’s passion, drive and extraordinary mastery of the piano. Each book gives students the chance to learn from this exceptional talent who has impressed the world, containing: 8 units that develop key aspects of piano technique; specially devised exercises and studies focusing on each technical area; a diverse selection of piano repertoire including Lang Lang’s best-loved works; beautiful arrangements of music from around the world; inspirational commentary and guidance from Lang Lang himself; stunning photo section of the pianist and examples of art that has inspired his own playing.

Content text: 1. Xmas bells (Hindson)
2. Cradle song (Grieg)
3. Little prelude in C (attrib. JS Bach)
4. Clowns (Kabalevsky)
5. Hua hao yue yuan (trad. Chinese)
6. By crystal stream (Carroll)
7. Les pifferari (Gounod)
8. Chant of the Cree (Bullard)
9. Sarabande (Handel)
10. The wild horseman (Schumann)
11. Prayer (Karganoff)
12. Vivace in A (Rathgeber)
13. Old French song (Tchaikovsky)
14. Air from Water music (Handel)
15. Romanze (attrib. Beethoven)
16. El cóndor pasa (Robles)
ISBN: 978-0-571-53893-5
Publisher: Faber Music