He tells you the basic skills you have to master and how to do so, in order to make sounds on the piano that people want to hear.
Very interesting. Filled with good information and some details of piano technique I haven't seen before. Read morePublished 6 months ago by cl
By reading this wonderful little book one can gain tremendous insight into production of a beautiful tone. Secrets for those who are interested.Published 10 months ago by Julie Watson Brewer
What did I learn from this book? Mainly, that Anton Rubinstein has had an immense influence on Russian piano pedagogy. This slim volume veers frequently into hagiography. Read morePublished 12 months ago by K. Busch
The beguiling simplicity of Lhevinne's insights are astounding. I'm reminded of my teacher's claim that he could tell me everything about piano technique in an hour, but that it... Read morePublished 13 months ago by /
I don't know if it's the kindle version but you sort of want more information from the book. It can be read quite fast.Published 15 months ago by Ricardo Luzardo
If you love to play piano (classical) this is a great book from the golden age. Great short questions and answers on everything from how to play staccato, legato, etc. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Leah
A great view on piano playing. It is not mandatory to follow it precisely but rather accept it as an approach to piano playing. Read morePublished 20 months ago by DaniSh