'Piano Techniques' - the No 1 app for those who want to improve their playing!


30 October 2015
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imports_PIA_technique-93401_20320.jpg 'Piano Techniques' - the No 1 app for those who want to improve their playing!
When you’ve read the articles, watched the lessons, listened to the music, your playing will have improved no end! It doesn’t matter what level you are either. There’s something here for beginner through to advanced players. 50 pages of Scores too! Read all about it... ...
PIANO TECHNIQUES

THE NO 1 APP FOR PIANISTS OF ALL LEVELS WISHING TO IMPROVE THEIR PLAYING!
 
Pianist magazine – in association with Steinway Hall, London – presents its app Piano Techniques. When you’ve read the articles, watched the lessons, listened to the music, your playing will have improved no end! It doesn’t matter what level you are either. There’s something here for beginner through to advanced players. 

Here’s a taster of what you get: Firstly, there are the articles themselves – and we’ve taken some of the best features from within the pages of Pianist written by our expert pianist teachers.
 
Topics include: 

  • Sight-reading
  • Chords
  • Memorising
  • Starting from scratch
  • Returning to the piano after a long break
  • Fingering
  • Star interview with Lang Lang (you can watch and listen to Lang Lang perform too, at the end of the interview) 
And more…

Aside from the articles, there are over 50 pages of Scores for you to learn, of varying styles and levels. That’s 18 full pieces. You can listen to all the pieces first, before you learn them, played by our house pianist Chenyin Li.
 
Then there are some great videos lessons on some of the techniques mentioned above – there’s nothing like watching the professionals demonstrate at the keyboard. Talking of videos, you can watch a beautifully crafted film on the making of Steinway’s limited edition Arabesque piano designed by Dakota Jackson.
 
The Piano Techniques app is aimed at helping you improve, so download it today and watch your playing evolve!
 






 
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