Lessons tagged with 'Debussy'

Piano Somatics & Debussy's Claire de lune

Alan shows how to use hand structure and function to create a truly Impressionistic soundscape appropriate to the delicate emotions of Claire de lune

Alan Fraser
May 17, 2024

Half standing, half touching

Once you understand the techniques, you can experient and look for the right approach

Alan Fraser
Dec 23, 2022

Standing enriches the sound

Standing allows you to produce all kinds of sound, from bubbling to loud fortes

Alan Fraser
Jun 14, 2022

Half way between standing and touching

Exploration of a touch. "A little jucier then touching but not so juicy as standing"

Alan Fraser
Apr 21, 2022

Your ears tell you, this is right

Fingers work but the brain must think

Alan Fraser
Mar 16, 2022
Alan Fraser
Mar 11, 2022

Real Debussy-Strange Combination of Static and Moving

Exploration of the sound is incredibly important piece of the puzzle.

Alan Fraser
Jan 13, 2019

Articulate Through the Sheen of the Pedal

Feel the string vibration

Alan Fraser
Oct 16, 2017

Ondine - The Grammar of Touch

Book II, Prelude No. 8

Alan Fraser
Oct 6, 2017

Why The Less Flexible Wrist

You stop moving the wrist and music acquires this static quality

Alan Fraser
May 1, 2017

Sense of a Buzzing Color

Alan wants to hear all the voices and brings out more peculiarities of Debussy's composing style

Alan Fraser
Apr 5, 2017

The Wrist Movement for Debussy

Alan shows a wrist movement totally opposite from what you would expect

Alan Fraser
Feb 24, 2017

Getting That Debussy Sound

We are trying to understand and decipher that specific sound

Alan Fraser
Feb 12, 2017

Understanding Debussy

Alan helps Luba get into this piece

Alan Fraser
Feb 9, 2017

Debussy - Clair de lune Part 2

Part 2, standing and supporting the structucure, another great lesson from Alan

Alan Fraser
Jun 23, 2014

Debussy - Clair de lune Part 1

Nick's interesting performance and Alan is working on sound and orchestration

Alan Fraser
Jun 21, 2014

Debussy and Skeletal Piano Technique

Not really a lesson on Debussy but rather lots of info on hand structure

Alan Fraser
Apr 26, 2014