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Hi guys,
Here is my new tutorial on Fantaisie-Impromptu by Chopin.
I cover the whole piece by small sections with separate and both hands, including some information on pedalling, rubato, how to practice 3 vs. 4 and more.
There is sheet music in the description with my fingerings (for free) and also an exercise on how to play 3 vs. 4.
Hope you enjoy it.
Good luck!


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Wow! What a terrific video! Excellent suggestions for exercises to practice the 4 vs. 3. I also looked at your video on the Marcello-Bach Adagio, In that one, I liked your split screen showing your foot on the pedal together with your overhead view of your hands. Both videos had important musical and technical ideas clearly explained.

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I Just watched your tutorial on Gnossienne No.1, since I am learning this on my own, and have to say it was excellent too. Very clearly explained dynamics which I was trying to work out on my own and failing, so thank you! I hope to see more from you... I subscribed to your channel.

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I really appreciate your comments! It makes me happy to hear that I could deliver what I wanted to give and my videos were helpful.
Thank you very much guys!
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I subscribed, as well! 😊👍


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Thanks for doing this! I will check out your channel!


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I think this video is extremely well done. The explanations are practical, they make sense, and the playing is very good. My only cavil (frivolous objection) is the occasional "bobbing" of the camera. I would have been happier if the camera were on a fixed stand over the keyboard.

That apart, this is an excellent example of what a "tutorial" should be. There are so many "tutorials" on YouTube where a performer plays through a piece with a camera view of the keyboard. There is no instruction given; there is no comment on technique or interpretation. That, by definition, is not a tutorial. This one is, thank you!

Again; fine video! Perhaps it should also be posted in the Pianist Corner forum as well as here.

Thank you for sharing.

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Hi Bruce,

Thank you for the comment! It encourages me to do more of this kind of videos, and it keeps my motivation high!
It’s not the first time that I get a comment about the camera movement. Actually, I thought about it a lot because I really care about how people perceive my videos. But I have several reasons to keep the camera placement as it is.
The first one is that I want to present the exact angle as I see my hands. I believe, the viewer must see the nature of the hand movement through my eyes because I think this is the easiest way to understand what I am showing and explaining.
The second reason is that body movement has a huge impact on phrasing and timing in general. Those two things aren’t always the easiest to explain in words. Therefore in my experience, the movement adds to my teaching.
The third reason is that I can show the right or the left hand in a specific time for the certain passage that I want to be the focus of the attention.
For me, the above reasons are very essential to my teaching.
Thank you so much for your feedback.
I hope you keep enjoying my videos.

All the best,


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