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European Piano Schools: Russian, German and French classical #2778799
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A comparison of European schools of piano technique: "European Piano Schools: Russi...piano interpretation and technique".


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Re: European Piano Schools: Russian, German and French classical [Re: Tyrone Slothrop] #2778848
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Now that was an interesting read-thanks for posting.

Re: European Piano Schools: Russian, German and French classical [Re: Tyrone Slothrop] #2779023
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I remember listening to a interview with Dina Joffe (jurist) during the 2015 Chopin Competition, in which she lamented the fact that the lines between any schools of interpretation had been blurred in recent years. She referred to the influence of YouTube and how young pianists watch and mimic rather than interpret for themselves. (I paraphrase and simplify of course.) Also if I recall correctly, she spoke quite a bit about being a textualist. I have a vague recollection of a discussion about history of 'editions' as well. It was 3 years ago and hope my memory isn't shot.

Re: European Piano Schools: Russian, German and French classical [Re: Tyrone Slothrop] #2779046
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I don't know if I should sign up to read the article?

Curious fact, that website's top user country is Indonesia (27.8%) followed by US (7.4%), if we can trust the numbers on easycounter.

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Re: European Piano Schools: Russian, German and French classical [Re: newport] #2779057
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Originally Posted by newport
I don't know if I should sign up to read the article?

I've temporarily added this article on my Dropbox, here. Have at it.


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Originally Posted by Tyrone Slothrop
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I don't know if I should sign up to read the article?

I've temporarily added this article on my Dropbox, here. Have at it.


Thanks! Great article!

With Youtube, I sometimes wonder if I am more familiar with Chopin's works than Schumann (e.g.) would have been or vice versa? ha

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Originally Posted by newport
I don't know if I should sign up to read the article?

Curious fact, that website's top user country is Indonesia (27.8%) followed by US (7.4%), if we can trust the numbers on easycounter.


I downloaded it from the website of the journal where it was first published - here's the link

http://artes.ucp.pt/citarj/article/view/7

Re: European Piano Schools: Russian, German and French classical [Re: newport] #2779160
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Originally Posted by newport


With Youtube, I sometimes wonder if I am more familiar with Chopin's works than Schumann (e.g.) would have been or vice versa? ha


That's an interesting point actually.


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