learn | teach introduction First time here? An introductory video to show you what we’re about. Want more? Become a patron for podcast episodes and bonus content. Here’s a six-minute introduction to what this site is all about: free videos, music, and other content especially for piano students and piano teachers who are interested in improving their music-making skills. Subscribe to the free newsletter for regular updates. piano basics Choosing good editionsPractising tipsSight-reading mattersAdjudicating in 2021Practising. Teaching. Learning. My philosophy on those topics, and more. technical tips tuesday #1 SCALES#2 ALBERTI BASS#3 STEADY 16TH NOTES#4 MELODIC VOICING#5 LEGATO PEDALLING#6 FINGERING #7 RHYTHM BY THE NUMBERS90 seconds or less…really! Concise, creative ideas. A new video most Tuesday mornings. style & interpretation: baroque Bach: contrapuntal learningBach: interpretation & practisingBach: ornamentationInterpreting Baroque ornamentation. Teaching and learning repertoire by J. S. Bach, with more composers to come. style & interpretation: classical Mozart: interpretationA classical introductionBeethoven,:Für EliseFantasie in d minor, W. A. MozartLearning and teaching music from the Classic eraHaydn, Mozart, Beethoven and their contemporaries. style & interpretation: romantic Interpreting BrahmsRomantic: practisingRomantic: voicing, pedallingChopin: two essentialsChopin c#minor WaltzMazurka, Op. 63 No. 3 : performance, interpretationThe 19th century was when our modern piano was developed. Here’s how to practise, play and teach that beautiful repertoire. style & interpretation: impressionism, 20th century Bartók x 3Satie. Debussy, Ravel.Intermediate level Prokofiev. 1980-2020 Music for our time. Tips for teaching and learning the ever-appealing music of Christopher Norton. Kevin Olson writes intriguing and often intricate music for intermediate and upper-intermediate players. Worth knowing, playing and teaching! Two attractive contemporary pieces, intermediate level, by Canadian composer Martha Hill Duncan. Canadian composer Stephen Chatman writes many appealing pieces for the intermediate pianist. Here’s advice on learning and teaching three of them.