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I think that video tutorials are such a good help when learning a piece, so I would like this thread to be a collection of piano teachers' youtube channels that have true tutorials of pieces.

Now I say true tutorials, and with that I mean that unfortunately people playing pieces slowly also call these videos for tutorials, instead of just calling them slow. A true tutorial has a teacher pointing out things. "Take care to play very delicately here... Your forte should be deliberate but not percussive..." You know!

I also say tutorials of pieces. If you would like to see a collection of teachers who make technique videos, please create another thread for them. cool


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You didn't specify the level of the pieces. There are many tutorials by more advanced teachers like Antune and Denis Zhdanov but I don't know if it fits your purposes. Also, do master classes by concert pianists like Andras Schiff and Cyprien Katsaris also count? There are lots of those too.

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Must they be in English? I have been using the French "Pianiste Magazine" Youtube channel from time to time. Even though my French is beneath pedestrian, it still works for me.

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Originally Posted by Qazsedcft
You didn't specify the level of the pieces.

I thought about it, and personally I prefer beginner/intermediate level, but then I thought that I'll leave it up to you. smile

Originally Posted by QuasiUnaFantasia
Must they be in English?

Actually, why not in French. Nice link, new for me. smile


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BachScholar: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuHRjYQVbZ1r48LL8MODEtw

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Sonata Secrets: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC813jGofVJXoyN2fxoQbb-Q

would probably more or less fit the description.

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Originally Posted by Qazsedcft
You didn't specify the level of the pieces.
I thought about it, and personally I prefer beginner/intermediate level, but then I thought that I'll leave it up to you. smile
OK, I haven't looked at beginner tutorials in a long time so forgive me if those I list are a bit advanced. smile

Instead of listing the specific videos I will give links to some channels that have many tutorials.

Antune has mostly late intermediate level pieces. The quality of the remarks is extremely good:
https://www.youtube.com/c/Antune

Denis Zhdanov has a mix of performances and tutorials on pieces and technique. The piece tutorials are very good:
https://www.youtube.com/c/DenZhdanovPianist/

Tonebase is a paid service but they have some free sample videos too. Besides the interviews with great pianists they have some lessons on specific pieces too:
https://www.youtube.com/c/tonebasePiano/videos

Cyprien Katsaris is a world-level concert pianists and had some of his lessons filmed. They are a bit old and in French but very insightful:
https://www.youtube.com/user/PianoVirtuosity/videos

There are also some master classes and lectures by great concert pianists that are an absolute must for all serious pianists.

Andras Schiff Lectures on Beethoven sonatas:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoNBbqXltyeKMjF_uRbSnXNsGO_h3MqZC

Daniel Barenboim teaching younger pianists (like Lang Lang) about the Beethoven sonatas:


Also check out the Royal College of Music's channel for master classes by some of the greatest pianists:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPJhUEXMYFlOegbIq1LdMfc5uKAqbNDn8

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Originally Posted by QuasiUnaFantasia
Must they be in English? I have been using the French "Pianiste Magazine" Youtube channel from time to time. Even though my French is beneath pedestrian, it still works for me.

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That's very interesting. Thanks for that!

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Animish, thank you for introducing this idea to the forum and to those helpful and knowledgeable contributors who make the concept work.

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Josh Wright also has some good tutorials on specific pieces.

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Originally Posted by ranjit
Josh Wright also has some good tutorials on specific pieces.

It seems many are too advanced for this thread

Here’s those that fit — some late beginner/early intermediate







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Great idea, Animisha!
Here is video by Graham Fitch which I found most helpful - Mendelssohn Op. 72 No. 2:


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Thank you all so much! I have already found four tutorials by four different teachers of four different pieces that I would like to learn! thumb yippie

And if you find another teacher who makes tutorials, please add them to this list! cool


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