Robert Estrin - piano expert

How to play the Prelude No. 4 in E minor by Chopin

Step-by-step instructions to approach one of Chopin's best-known Preludes

In this video, Robert gives practical tips to approach one of the most well-known of Chopin's works: the Prelude No. 4 in E minor.

Released on January 22, 2014

  
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Ian Hingeley on February 26, 2014 @3:15 pm PST
Robert, could you film a video on how to approach the wonderful harmony in Schubert's Impromtu III in G Major please?
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Robert - host, on February 27, 2014 @3:04 pm PST
There may be some Schubert Impromptus in upcoming videos.
Fulvia Bowerman * VSM MEMBER * on January 22, 2014 @4:45 pm PST
Thank you, Robert, you are a great teacher!
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