28 June 2020
By Ellie Palmer
Teachers Tim Stein and Graham Fitch guide you through their favoured exercises and warm-ups
The basics: A simple warm-up exercise
Tim Stein's gives a compact lesson on the basics of warming up. He talks about the importance of the fingers and hands doing warm-up exercises before you play the piano properly.
Technical exercises and studies: Beginner to intermediate
This is Part One of Pianist contributor Graham Fitch's lesson on how we should practise exercises and studies. It's the ideal lesson for beginner-intermediate pianists. This video lesson compliments his article inside issue 111 of Pianist.
Technical exercises and studies: Intermediate to advanced
Part Two of Graham Fitch's lesson on how we should practise exercises and studies is ideal for intermediate-advanced pianists. This video lesson compliments his article inside issue 112 of Pianist.
Exercises for your weaker fingers
Graham Fitch gives another lesson here, this time showing the best exercises for strengthening your weaker fingers. The video lesson compliments his article inside issue 113 of Pianist.
Warm-ups and exercises for all
Finally, we finish off with a lesson on warm-ups and technical exercises that are ideal for ANY level of pianist. Graham's lesson covers pretty much everything you need to know. This lesson complements his full-length article inside issue 76 of Pianist.
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