Pianist No 83

Pianist No 83Журнал “Пианист” № 83.

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  • News An unusual piano is unveiled in Budapest, Martha Argerich comes to London, Pianist’s first Piano Showcase and farewell to Aldo Ciccolini
  • Kirill Gerstein This Russian virtuoso is as comfortable with jazz as he is with classical – and right now it’s the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto that’s on his radar, as he tells Jessica Duchen

  • How to Play Masterclass 1. Mark Tanner on how to play musically
  • How to Play Masterclass 2. Graham Fitch focuses in on the sustaining (right) pedal. First of a three-part series on pedalling
  • How to Play 1. Melanie Spanswick on Wilm’s ‘To begin with’ from his 24 Pieces for the Young
  • How to Play 2. Lucy Parham on Ravel’s Menuet antique
  • How to Play 3. Janet Newman on Tchaikovsky’s ‘May’ from The Seasons
  • Composing Competition. There’s still time to enter our unique competition – send us your best arrangement by 4 May
  • The Scores. A pullout section of 40 pages of sheet music for all levels
  • Beginner Keyboard Class. Hans-Gunter Heumann’s Lesson No 11: Two-part writing in the right hand
  • Your 10-page guide to the best of summer courses and festivals in the UK and around the world. All with detailed listings, including websites and phone numbers, to help you connect with the perfect course or festival
  • Courses. Featuring in-depth looks at the famed Dartington International Summer School in Devon and the friendly Summer School for Pianists in the West Midlands
  • Festivals. A look at the Music at Paxton festival which takes place in an idyllic Scottish Borders setting, plus an interview with Grafenegg Festival’s Artistic Director Rudolf Buchbinder
  • Nick van Bloss. He’s successfully tackled the Goldbergs, so now he’s moved on to the Diabellis – and he has some useful practising tips too!
  • Cry Me A River. When you’ve read about the story of this famous song, you’ll be dying to play it yourself
  • How history shaped the piano. From the Treaty of Versailles and Karl Marx, to the transistor and Nixon, we look at five more important historical events that contributed to the creation of the modern piano (second of two articles)
  • CD Reviews. It’s a tough call between Grigory Sokolov’s monumental live recital and Christian Blackshaw’s exquisite Mozart, but the Russian giant takes the garland as this issue’s Editor’s Choice
  • Sheet Music Review. More Finger Fitness from Schott, Beethoven from Henle, Bach and Satie from Barenreiter, Moszkowski’s Spanish Dances duet from Alfred and more

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