Kemal's rendition of Beethoven's Appassionata (Montreal, Canada, 1988)
A quick video on those two famous double thirds bars.
How does all this apply to chords?
Remon is caught up in dichotomy. Standing is good but thinking about it all the time can be inhibiting.
Recorded in 2002
Many great things in this lesson. Alan explaines many key aspects of his approach
Alan is helping a stundent's dysfunctional hand stand up and gives great performance advice
From a workshop in Geneva 2013
Masterclass in Bonn 2012
Alan helps Julia control her hand and fingers better.
On arch, phrasing, musical thinking..tying a sensation of the arm to the musical though
Op.111 Part 2 with Alan
Alan and John are working on Beethoven's last sonata.
Part 2 - Appassionata with Alan. More on hand structure and piano walking among other things
Alan is helping Jordan empowering her playing. A really good example of Alan's teaching.
We explore the hand structure even further and working on the tone.
"The sense of emotional connection is in the intensity of the touch"
Alan is talking about stable and unstable equilibrium in piano playing as well as many other things
Part 2 - Beethoven's Waldstein sonata with Alan
Waldstein Sonata with Alan