Tips for Transfer Students

Gail L. Fischler, of the Piano Addict blog posted a very helpful series on “Essential Skills for the Transferring Developing Pianist.” Here are direct links to each of the three parts:

Essential Skills for the Transferring Developing Pianist: Part One – covers the importance of warming up, listening to multiple performances, visualizing your playing on the keyboard and anticipating hand shapes, and proper posture and balance on the bench.

Essential Skills for the Transferring Developing Pianist: Part Two – covers fingering, rhythm (including polyrhythms), and phrasing.

Essential Skills for the Transferring Developing Pianist: Part Three – covers effective memorization, different types of pedaling, and developing musical artistry through listening.

Share and enjoy!

Share 'Tips for Transfer Students' on Facebook Share 'Tips for Transfer Students' on LinkedIn Share 'Tips for Transfer Students' on Twitter Share 'Tips for Transfer Students' on Email Pin It

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *