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60bpm, 2 repeats
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The Virtuoso Pianist by C. L. HANON
Part 1 transposed in all keys
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Piano technique exercises 1 to 20
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Erasmus (Saturday, 17 May 2014 06:45)
I only practice/play piano music that I truly LOVE! That said, I truly LOVE this one particular C.L. Hanon #20, because it really 'works' for me, in that it's the very best technical study/exercise that I've found so far over my many years of self-taught piano instruction that most effectively 'extends' fingers 2, 4, & 5; and, really 'strengthens', in close legato' all the fingers of BOTH hands -- it's a really enjoyable study, too! At first I learned this #20 study the H.S. (Hands Separate) method, which I learned from Dr. Louis Kohler's Op.300 Method Book, and then only after mastering it H.S., I only then began playing this one study H.T. (Hands Together), as this is really the very best way to learn 'any' piano piece(s) or books! One should study 'all' of Hanon's Book I this way, H.S., then after mastering each one at a time go on to H.T., then, and only then, can all of the Hanon#'s 1 - 60 studies be 'mastered' to ones very best ability! Happy playing!
Erasmus (Saturday, 17 May 2014 06:52)
Also, I forgot to mention: "One should only practice/play piano music that one truly loves, because if one truly loves that piano music, then one will truly enjoy playing it each day -- and then piano practice won't seem like 'work', but truly more like 'play', each and every day!"