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shortest way to pianistic perfection

Karl Leimer

shortest way to pianistic perfection

by Karl Leimer

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Published by Theodore Presser Co. in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Piano -- Instruction and study

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Leimer-Gieseking.
    ContributionsGieseking, Walter, 1895-1956.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMT222 .L4983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination75 p.
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6770321M
    LC Control Number32004118
    OCLC/WorldCa1648155

    Item Number: AP ISBN English. Books by Walter Gieseking; Karl Leimer. 2 books bound together: 'The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection,' and 'Rhythmics, Dynamics, Pedal and Other Problems of Piano Playing. pgs. New York [Originally published as two books: The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection and Rhythmics, Dynamics, Pedal and Other Problems of Piano Playing ] Mastering Piano Technique: A Guide for Students, Teachers and Performers.

    Read Online Piano Technique In Practice and Download Piano Technique In Practice book full in PDF formats. by one of the greatest pianists of all time and his famed teacher: The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection and Rhythmics, Dynamics, Pedal and Other Problems of Piano Playing. ; in Music. Piano Technique Consisting Of The Two Complete Books The Shortest Way To Pianistic Perfection And Rhythmics Dynamics Pedal And Other Problems Of Piano Playing Author: .

    This volume of the book comprises book number one which is titled “The Shortest Way Possible to Pianistic Perfection”. It basically deals with some of the author’s great piano works. The book urges the students to visualize every piece by indulging in silent reading. In book one, originally titled The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection, Gieseking and Leimer work with a series of piano works — a study from Lebert and Stark, Bach's Two- and Three-Part Inventions in C, and Beethoven's Sonata in F Minor, Op. 2, No. 1. Before beginning to play, the student is asked to visualize each piece through silent reading/5(34).


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Piano Technique. Consisting of the Two Complete Books the Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection and Rhythmics, Dynamics, Pedal and Other Problems of Piano Playing by Gieseking, Shortest way to pianistic perfection book and Leimer, Karl and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection Paperback – January 1, by Leime-Gieseking (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Author: Leime-Gieseking. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Leimer, Karl, Shortest way to pianistic perfection. Philadelphia, Pa., Theodore Presser Co., [©]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Leimer, Karl, Shortest way to pianistic perfection.

London: Schott, [©] (OCoLC) In book one, originally titled The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection, Gieseking and Leimer work with a series of piano works — a study from Lebert and Stark, Bach's Two- and Three-Part Inventions in C, and Beethoven's Sonata in F Minor, Op. 2, No. Before beginning to play, the student is asked to visualize each piece through silent reading/5(18).

Piano technique consisting of the two complete books The shortest way to pianistic perfection and Rhythmics, dynamics, pedal and other problems of piano playing by Leimer, Karl, ; Gieseking, Walter, Pages: This volume presents two books in one--THE SHORTEST WAY TO PIANISTIC PERFECTION () and RHYTHMICS, DYNAMICS, PEDAL AND OTHER PROBLEMS OF PIANO PLAYING ()--long sought by students and teachers looking for a radical approach toward developing not only finger technique but expression technique.

In book one, originally titled The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection, Gieseking and Leimer work with a series of piano works a study from Lebert and Stark, Bach's Two- and Three-Part Inventions in C, and Beethoven's Sonata in F Minor, Op. 2, No. Before beginning to play, the student is asked to visualize each piece through silent reading.4/5(74).

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In book one, originally titled The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection, Gieseking and Leimer work with a series of piano works -- a study from Lebert and Stark, Bach's Two- and Three-Part Inventions in C, and Beethoven's Sonata in F Minor, Op.

2, No. Before beginning to play, the student is asked to visualize each piece through silent reading.4/5(76). Karl Leimer is the author of Piano Technique ( avg rating, 77 ratings, 7 reviews, published ), The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection ( avg 4/5.

In book one, originally titled The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection, Gieseking and Leimer work with a series of piano works -- a study from Lebert and Stark, Bach's Two- and Three-Part Inventions in C, and Beethoven's Sonata in F Minor, Op. 2, No. Before beginning to play, the student is asked to visualize each piece through silent reading/5(2).

The volume presents two book by Walter Gieseking, foremost pianist of his generation, and his teacher for five years, Karl Leimer, that have long been sought after by students and teachers looking for a radical approach toward developing not only finger-technique but expression-technique.4/5. Concert pianist Walter Gieseking wrote the book “The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection”.

In it, he maintains that absolute focus, above all else, is the goal of practice. To this end, he recommended beginners play no more than 20 or 30 minutes a day.

And in this time, to. Albert’s reply: Walter Gieseking outlined his (actually his teacher’s) method in detail in the book he coauthored with his teacher Karl Leimer, The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection.

Briefly summarized, the method involves analyzing every piece in great detail, translating it into verbal sentences such as “The piece is in 6/8. Rhythmics, dynamics, pedal and other problems of piano playing Supplement to the authors' The shortest way to pianistic perfection Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid IA Camera Canon 5D Donor newcollege Pages: Walter Gieseking and Karl Leimer: "The Shortest Way to Pianistic Perfection": Dover: ISBN The classic book about the art of listening.

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