Piano Exercise Books
 

Piano Exercise Books

    
Piano Exercise Books    19:32 on Sunday, November 09, 2003          
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I`ve heard of many exercise books like Hanon`s Virtuoso Pianist, The School of Velocity, The Art of Dexterity of the Fingers and I was wondering what each are good for and which is the best. Thanks.


Re: Piano Exercise Books    17:28 on Monday, November 10, 2003          
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Please respond!!!


Re: Piano Exercise Books    19:10 on Monday, November 10, 2003          
(Harvey)
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Not Hanon. I hate Hanon. It`s freakin pointless. Wieck is much better.


Re: Piano Exercise Books    13:58 on Wednesday, November 12, 2003          
(joy)
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Try Czerny. Many of the exercises are written to sound like short pieces and they are much more interesting. I think op. 899 is one of the more interesting but op. number could be wrong.


Re: Piano Exercise Books    22:05 on Saturday, December 11, 2004          
(PaTSaR)
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hanon is really good for fingers. but REALLY repititive!!!! i have it. got i t from my teacher
good for fingers
bad for your sanity



Re: Piano Exercise Books    12:47 on Monday, December 27, 2004          
(xgamer)
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http://members.aol.com/chang8828/contents.htm

There`s one mentioned on that site which is sold on the Amadeus Press website (with the video) called something like Mastering Piano Technique.

Hey, there`s a free download (pdf file) on that link because a guy wants opinions on his book. He also has testimonials of people who were helped by his first book.


   

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