This book is intended to serve as a core text for piano-teaching courses. It examines various piano-teaching theories for various levels of experience and ability. There is also information on piano competitions and the professional and business aspects of piano teaching, a consideration of leading contemporary pianists, presentations of model lessons, and some notes on electronic instruments.
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PART I: THE BEGINNING STUDENT. 1. The Elementary-Age Student. 2. The Pre-School Student. 3. The Adult Student. PART II: THE INTERMEDIATE STUDENT. 4. Teaching the Intermediate Student. 5. Repertoire. 6. Technique and Musicianship. 7. The Transfer Student. PART III: THE ADVANCED STUDENT. 8. Teaching the Advanced Student. 9. Repertoire. 10. Technique and Practicing. PART IV: THE PROFESSIONAL KEYBOARD TEACHER. 11. Career Choices. 12. Teaching as a Business. 13. Independent Teaching. 14. Teaching with Technology. PART V: THE WELL-INFORMED KEYBOARD TEACHER. 15. About Learning and Teaching. 16. Putting Theory into Practice. PART VI: HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF KEYBOARD PEDAGOGY. 17. Influences on Pedagogy. 18. From Diruta to C.P.E. Bach. 19. From Turk to Deppe. 20. Liszt and Leschetizky. 21. Breithaupt and Matthay. 22. Ortmann and Schultz. 23. Other 20th Century Pedagogy. 24. American Piano Methods. 25. Great Pianists of Today. Bibliography. Index.
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Book Description Schirmer Books, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0028717805
Book Description Schirmer Books, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0028717805
Book Description Schirmer Books, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110028717805