Fundamentals of Piano Practice
by Chuan C. Chang
Publisher: PianoPractice.org 2009
Number of pages: 270
This is the first book ever written on how to practice at the piano! Learn the most efficient practice methods, musical playing, relaxation, and Mental Play (playing the piano or the music in your mind) which has been neglected by most teachers; all great musicians used it, yet often failed to teach it.
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by Mark Andrew Cook - lardbucket.org
This text is primarily designed to serve as a textbook for a college-level music theory fundamentals course. However, it also has the flexibility to serve equally well for a typical core curriculum college-level Music Theory I or Harmony I course.
by Josef Hofmann - Doubleday, Page and Company
This little book presents a general view of artistic piano-playing and offers to young students the results of such observations as I have made in the years of my own studies, as well as of the experiences which my public activity has brought me.
by Millie Ryan - Franklin Publishing
The author wishes to give all the valuable 'hints' and 'helps' that it has taken years of experience to gather, covering all the questions that are absolutely necessary to know, making it brief, simple and understandable.
by A. A. Pattou - G.P. Putnam
The author writes for all those wishing to be guided by clear common sense rules and precepts, in the discovery of an easy and natural method of singing. He examines the voice in its cause, which is breath, and in its effect, which is tone.