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WATCH EXCLUSIVE PIANO LESSONS FROM Pianist magazine EXPERTS!

Beginner Piano Lessons Targeted for the beginner piano player, John Maul takes you through the beginner pieces which have appeared in recent issues of Pianist. He performs on Roland’s HP-507 and LX-15 pianos.

Piano Lessons on Technique Targeted for all levels – from beginner to advanced – Graham Fitch focuses on various piano techniques. Topics include chords, voicing, legato, staccato, tenuto and much more.

Pianist magazine presents Graham Fitch's in-depth piano lesson on two very important touches - Legato and Staccato. This lesson complements his full-length article on Touches inside Pianist No 68. The masterclass takes place on a Steinway Model D concert grand at Steinway Hall, London
The score can be found inside Pianist issue 68
 
 
Level: Beginner
Pianist magazine presents John Maul's piano lesson for the beginner piano level. This piano lesson is on Erik Satie's Gymnopédie No 2. John teaches how produce a good singing piano tone, how to keep a phrase going, chord voicing and more. John performs on the Roland LX-15 Digital Piano. The score can be found inside Pianist issue 68
 
 
Level: Beginner
Pianist magazine presents John Maul's piano lesson for the beginner piano level. This piano lesson is on John's own piano composition Theme for Constanze, where he talks about such piano techniques as finger pedalling and finger substitution. John performs on the Roland LX-15 Digital Piano. The score can be found inside Pianist issue 68
 
Level: Beginner
Pianist magazine presents John Maul's piano lesson for the beginner piano level. This piano lesson is on John's own piano composition Theme for Constanze, where he talks about such piano techniques as finger pedalling and finger substitution. John performs on the Roland LX-15 Digital Piano. The score can be found inside Pianist issue 68
 
Level: Beginner
Pianist magazine presents John Maul's piano lesson for the beginner piano level. This piano lesson is on John Kember's easy piano ragtime piece Red River Rag. John talks about ragtime rhythm, syncopation and all types of piano technique. John performs on the Roland LX-15 Digital Piano. The score can be found inside Pianist issue 68. Order a copy today!
 
Level: Beginner pianist
Pianist magazine http://www.pianistmagazine.com presents John Maul giving a lesson on W F Bach's little Minuet in G. Perfect for the beginner pianist. This elegant piece is featured inside issue 67 of Pianist magazine. Watch John talk about piano phrasing and independence of fingers. Discover more about the Roland HP-507
 

 
Level: Beginner pianist
Pianist magazine http://www.pianistmagazine.com presents John Maul giving a lesson on Bach's famous Prelude in C, from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I. This wonderful piece, for beginner level, is featured inside issue 67 of Pianist magazine. Listen to John's introduction to the piece - where he talks about different interpretations. Note: Part 1 of 2. Part 2 is featured opposite.Discover more about the Roland HP-507
Level: Beginner pianist
Pianist magazine http://www.pianistmagazine.com presents John Maul continuing with his lesson on Bach's famous Prelude in C, from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I. This wonderful piece, for beginner level, is featured inside issue 67 of Pianist magazine. Watch John demonstrate, bar by bar. Note: Part 2 of 2. Part 1 is featured opposite. Discover more about the Roland HP-507
 

Level: Beginner pianist

Pianist magazine http://www.pianistmagazine.com presents John Maul's piano lesson for the beginner level. This lesson is on John Kember's tango style 'It Takes Two' piece, which is featured inside issue 67 of Pianist magazine (order your back issue copy today!)

Level: Intermediate pianist
Pianist magazine presents Graham Fitch's third masterclass, where he talks about voicing piano chords and layering of sound. This masterclass complements Graham's lesson featured inside issue 67 of Pianist magazine (order your back issue copy today!)

 

 

 

 

Level: Beginner pianist
The Basics of Piano Playing. Pianist, arranger and composer John Maul gives a lesson on the basics of learning the piano. He talks about how best to sit, how best to place your fingers, how to keep relaxed, how to make good use of your practice time and how to interpret and bring musicality to your performance. Read his accompanying article inside issue 66 of Pianist. In fact, why not order issue 66 today.

Level: Beginner pianist
John Maul talks his way through the Czerny Study in D, which is featured inside issue 66 of Pianist magazine. Watch him demonstrate clearly from the beginning to the end of the piece. You can watch him play it through at a slow tempo at the end of the lesson – so you can view every single finger in action. Order issue 66 today
 
Level: Beginner pianist
John Maul gives a step by step piano lesson on Telemann’s sprightly Gigue a l’Angloise, which is featured inside issue 66 of Pianist magazine. Watch him demonstrate clearly. You can see his hands in real detail, and he turns the harpsichord button on too, on his Roland HP-507. It sounds like a real harpsichord! Order issue 66 today

Level: Beginner pianist
John Maul gives a piano lesson on John Kember’s jazzy piece ‘This and That’. This piece is featured inside issue 66 of Pianist magazine. He really gets you playing in the swing style. Feel that syncopation! Order your copy of issue 66 today

 

Level: Intermediate pianist
Graham Fitch gives an in-depth piano lesson on Chords, focusing on leaping, voicing and repetition. This lesson complements his full-length article on Chords inside issue 66. It’s a must for those wanting to improve their chord playing technique. Why not order issue 66 today

Level: Intermediate pianist
Graham Fitch gives his first lesson on Chords, focusing on the basics of good chord playing. This lesson complements his full-length article on Chords inside issue 65.Your chord playing will improve no end and you’ll be able to move on to the in-depth Chord lesson featured on this page. You can still order issue 65

 

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