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Famous pianists and their technique [by] Reginald R. Gerig.


Washington, R.B. Luce [1974] .
ISBN 088331066X, 9780883310663

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Other Title Famous pianists and their technique
Subjects Pianistes.
Pianists.
Piano music -- Interpretation (Phrasing, dynamics, etc.)
Piano, Musique de -- InterpreĢtation.
Description xvi, 560 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 519-542).
Contents The meaning of technique -- The early Clavier methods -- The beginnings of the piano -- Mozart and the early piano technique -- Hummel : the culmination of the Viennese era -- The dynamic Beethoven technique -- Czemy : technique personified -- The early methodology -- The lyricism of Chopin -- Liszt and Virtuoso technique -- The Schumann circle -- The beginnings of modern technical methods -- The Leschetizky influence -- Russian nationalism -- The French school -- Breithaupt and weight technique -- The English school : Matthay, his pupils and colleagues -- Ortmann : piano technique comes of age -- Contemporary technical thought -- The perspectives of an enlightened piano technique.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1056570
(OCoLC)ocm01056570
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WorldCat Identities Gerig, Reginald R., 1919-
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