Alan is taking ideas from Feldenkrais and applying it to piano technique
Part 2 - Rachmaninov Prelude Op.32 No.12 in G sharp minor
Not only that but the very solid foundation on what you should base your piano technique
We are exploring big sound as well as orchestration in Rachmaninoff - Prelude in G minor Op 23 No 5
Orchestration is done with articulation instead of dynamics
How do we orchestrate in Bach?
The hand is related to the body, it's movable and breathing
Always be moving. Finger action evolves out of the phrase movement.
But it shouldn't be imposed or forced
A wonderful demonstration of orchestration at the piano
Ever wondered if something was missing in your playing but you couldn't pin it down?
Weighted touch reduces melodic flexibility and orchestral sound
Asked by: ArthurDing
How to really orchestrate at the piano
No weight of the arm interfering with "dancing" with the notes
When you hyper orchestrate, the soul appears
From a small workshop in Amherst, MA 2016.
Another recent lesson with a focus on the thumb, orchestration and sound
Alan is throwing a lot of super useful info at the student.
Valuable info on orchestration, sound, performance...
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Alan talks about bold melodic siging or
Alan talks about the three dimensions while creating music
Alan is talking about the role of the knee and there is an interesting Q&A session afterwards.
Alan is talking about importance of orchestration and how to approach it best.