Imagine what would happen if you recorded thousands of hours of lessons over nearly a decade, and then edited the best, most teachable moments into an every-growing collection of short, high impact videos.
Well, that’s exactly what the The Video Collection is, and I’m happy to share it with you. No matter how long you’ve played, what skills you’re working to improve, or your areas of interest, the Video Collection has videos to help you move your playing forward.
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Sculpting Motives in Mozart
A motive is a distinct group of just a few notes. The clearer the shape or outline of each motive, the more likely a phrase formed by their union will also have a distinct shape.
Mozart Piano Sonata No. 13 in B-flat Major K. 333 1st Movement
Principle of Least Differences
If you have simplified something and rendered it into an easily playable form, and now want to reverse the process until it is once again as it is written in the score, make each next in the return feel as close as possible to what the previous state felt like.
Schumann Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op. 26
Know Where You Are
Be aware of where we are in a chord, a phrase, a movement, or a piece. Where is our consciousness during any one moment in time? Both losing track of that time or being too aware of it, are dangerous.
Bach Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor, Sarabande