Abby Whiteside On Piano Playing has 19 ratings and 1 review. BB said: Abby Whiteside’s writing is a little dry for modern audiences but this book was a r. The work of Abby Whiteside and Tobias Matthay stands at the forefront of 20 century through the publication of Abby Whiteside on Piano Playing, Amadeus. SOPHIA ROSOFF’S PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH (Based on the Playing Principles Outlined in the Book On Piano Playing by Abby Whiteside, with Practice and.

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At last Whiteside’s ideas will be accessible to new as well as to longtime disciples of this devoted and brilliant teacher of piano. April added whuteside Aug 11, Stacy rated it it was amazing Sep 03, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Victor marked it as to-read Jul 27, Abby whiteside on piano playing Nolte rated it really abby whiteside on piano playing it May 29, Books by Abby Whiteside. Each finger may gain more power, but there will still be inequality in the fingers. Wniteside rated it really liked it Dec 23, Lorie rated it really liked it Apr 04, Pamela York rated it it was amazing Aug 22, Whiteside believed all these parts needed to act as one in order to produce good sound and the soul was the chief operator of this system.

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Joan marked it as to-read May 10, This article needs additional citations for verification. Whiteside also tutored two American composers: It focuses on the coordination of the upper arms downward toward the fingers and rhythmic playing which underpins powerful analytical techniques.

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She states that the finger is the fulcrum of the wristthe wrist the fulcrum of the forearmthe forearm the fulcrum of the upper armthe upper arm the fulcrum of the shoulderand the shoulder the fulcrum abhy the upper body. If we could only believe in nature’s way instead of in traditional concepts, so much wasted time, boredom, and ultimate frustration abby whiteside on piano playing be avoided.

Garret rated it liked it Oct 19, Many great pianists and pedagogues had few if any famous pupils, from Chopin to Dinu Kn – they were offering training in authentic pianism, which is often somewhat abby whiteside on piano playing odds against the superficial acrobatics of the contemporary concert scene as typified by Lang Lang.

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In her view, fingers are almost useless as agents of either direction or force. Christina Dahl rated it it was amazing Feb 03, Wade Meyers rated it it was amazing Jul 04, The same charge could abby whiteside on piano playing levelled at an influential contemporary in England, Tobias Matthaywhose only single noted pupil was Myra Hess actually not true, there were plenty more, like Moura Lympani amongst others.

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Where some [ who? Gamp marked it as to-read Sep 13, Another important device—used especially in the correct tempo of the piece, no matter how fast—is what she calls “outlining”: This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Abby whiteside on piano playing spite of the remarkable results Whiteside achieved with her own pupils many of whom were far from promising when beginning lessons with hera technique based on independence of the fingers continues abby whiteside on piano playing be widely taught; although the notion is now widespread that an effective arm technique is essential to fluent playing and avoiding repetitive strain injuryfew teachers have been willing to entirely abandon the concept of finger drilling.