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I Can Play That! Bach (I Can Play That)

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Published by Wise Publications .
Written in English


  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Music,
  • General,
  • Music / Classical,
  • Instruction & Study,
  • Instruction & Study - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7792411M
ISBN 100711933650
ISBN 109780711933651

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  Besides Bach himself, Gould is the central figure in Paul Elie's book, which tells the story of how 20th-century sound recording and distribution added a new dimension to Bach's music. This is great because you can play them with me as well in the video in step 5. Bach's music is so valuable to pianists because it really helps to strengthen and develop your technical skills and your musicianship at the same time. Let's take a look at the 1st piece by Bach that I .   First of all, make sure you aren’t biting off more than you can chew. Bach might look simple, but it’s oh so complex when you get into it. Make sure you have a Bach For Beginners book, not a book of music for people who already know how to play th. Bach's Courantes. I remember playing my favorite courantes (from English Suite No. 1) at bpm per quarter note for Professor Stone, and she exclaimed that my playing of courantes with regards to tempo and character was the best she had ever ry to common belief, these courantes should not be played with staccato quarter notes and a very fast tempo (as most pianists play them.

  I have not much experience with Fugue and I'm learning a fugue. It's a 3 voices fugue. C minor from WTC BK 1. I've been playing it for over 6 months now. I can play from memory every single voice, but can't yet play from memory any two voice combination, especially the Soprano and Tenor combination in some places. I can get all those rags (like 10 that I play) up to 60, but I can't necesssarily nail the pieces as a whole with consistency, and it's just difficult and stressful and soooooo grindy to get even where I'm at. I can sit down with Bach and I'm so used to it I can pick up the pieces quite easily.   ELIE’S BOOK is a weave of stories, emulating the play of voices in Bach’s music, and he is not shy about the moral strand: he makes connections between a devotion to Bach . Bach’s ‘Prelude In C Major’ from Lang Lang’s Piano Book – a collection of pieces that first inspired Lang Lang to play the piano as a child and led him on his path to international stardom.