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How to Play Unmeasured Cadenzas

Learn how to play cadenzas, mostly in the Romantic repertoire

Released on April 3, 2013

  
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Iretnal on August 11, 2014 @11:52 pm PST
Thank you, that was very instructive!
robertfields * VSM MEMBER * on April 14, 2013 @8:21 am PST
This was very informative
Thank you very much
henry morris * VSM MEMBER * on April 6, 2013 @6:23 am PST
thanks for this, Robert! appreciated.
J. Shaw on April 5, 2013 @6:39 am PST
Thank you. Nice to see someone else who uses the same approach in teaching. My students will have another reference.
Judith Stijnis on April 4, 2013 @12:52 pm PST
Thank you . It is very interesting
Ross * VSM MEMBER * on April 4, 2013 @9:32 am PST
Exquisite! Before watching your video I regarded this Etude as the Mount Everest never to be tackled by me; now it looks more like a piece that I may actually dare attempt!! Your simple explanation and analysis of the Etude makes all the difference. Thank you Robert.
BJ on April 4, 2013 @8:27 am PST
Have been playing and teaching for years and always avoided the etudes as I have small hands. However you've prompted me to get my book open and have a go. Thanks
Jean-Marc Fabri on April 4, 2013 @7:05 am PST
Nice! Thanks!
phil * VSM MEMBER * on April 4, 2013 @6:17 am PST
That was a very helpful video for a novice piano player like myself. It changed a string of endless notes to a logical progression of chords. It's still too hard to put my hands together the way you play but I now understand what's going on. Thanks.
Helena boggia on April 4, 2013 @4:54 am PST
Hi Robert, just love your videos explaining and showing how to play a piece....so very very helpful...more please.
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