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How Did They Play? How Did They Teach? – 2nd Edition

A History of Keyboard Technique

How Did They Play? How Did They Teach? – 2nd Edition

A History of Keyboard Technique

Series: Hinshaw Music Publisher: Hinshaw Music Format: Softcover Audio Online Author: Sandra Soderlund

This book traces keyboard playing from its beginnings to the end of the 19th century. It discusses all the instruments – organ, harpsichord, clavichord, and piano, including quotes from letters, diaries, reviews, and method books. There are chapters dedicated to Bach, Beethoven, Chopin and Liszt, and major sections on such great performers and composers as Frescobaldi and Couperin to Debussy and Rachmaninoff. This book belongs in the library of every keyboard performer and teacher.

  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • CHAPTER 1-EARLY KEYBOARD PLAYING IN GERMANY AND THE NETHERLANDS
  • CHAPTER 10-LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
  • CHAPTER 11-CONTEMPORARIES OF BEETHOVEN
  • CHAPTER 12-MENDELSSOHN AND FRIENDS
  • CHAPTER 13-THE SCHUMANN CIRCLE
  • CHAPTER 14-FREDERIC CHOPIN
  • CHAPTER 15-FRANZ LISZT
  • CHAPTER 16-VIRTUOSI
  • CHAPTER 17-PEDAGOGUES
  • CHAPTER 18-FRENCH PIANISM
  • CHAPTER 19-RUSSIAN PIANISM
  • CHAPTER 2-EARLY KEYBOARD PLAYING IN SPAIN
  • CHAPTER 20-A SEPARATE TECHNIQUE FOR THE OPERA
  • CHAPTER 3-EARLY KEYBOARD PLAYING IN ENGLAND
  • CHAPTER 4-EARLY KEYBOARD PLAYING IN ITALY
  • CHAPTER 5-FRENCH CLASSIC KEYBOARD PLAYING
  • CHAPTER 6-GERMAN KEYBOARD PLAYING AT THE TIME OF BACH
  • CHAPTER 7-JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
  • CHAPTER 8-CLAVICHORD AND HARPSICHORD TO FORTEPIANO
  • CHAPTER 9-THE FIRST PIANISTS
  • INDEX
  • INTRODUCTION
  • Piano/Keyboard

$99.99 (US) Inventory #HL 00289752 ISBN: 9781934596135 UPC: 888680916817 Publisher Code: HMO194 Width: 9.0" Length: 12.0" 456 pages

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