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Chopin Etude Op.25 No.6 - Tutorial - Bar 35-64 (end)

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Published on Jan 22, 2014

This tutorial is the 6th and final part in a series "How to Practice Chopin's Study Op.25 No.6"

Because of the complex nature of Op.25/6, the tutorial series is divided into short videos videos the student, step by step though the study.

Full performance:
http://youtu.be/165u9k1kWFE
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Score image files from the videos can be downloaded from my piano facebook page:
http://www.facebook.com/paulbartonpiano
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Free PDF score Mikuli Chopin Etudes:
http://imslp.org/wiki/Etudes,_Op.25_%...

scroll down page to: Editor - Carl Mikuli (1819-1897)
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Dohnányi Essential Finger Exercises.
http://en.scorser.com/S/Sheet+music/E...
on page 5 at the time of making this video, scroll down to "Essential Finger Exercises.
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"Recommended study Nouvelle Etude No.3:
3 Nouvelles études, B.130 (Chopin, Frédéric)http://imslp.org/wiki/3_Nouvelles_%C3...
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In this video all musical examples played with the harmonic pedal:

Chopin Etude Op.25/6 played with the harmonic pedal and score:
http://youtu.be/K57-Ko-jDng

http://www.youtube.com/user/Harmonicp...
http://www.youtube.com/user/LaPedaleH...
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Links to videos in this tutorial series:

"How to Practice Chopin's Study Op.25 No.6"

Part 1 - Introduction
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HOMjs...

Part 2 - Double Third Trill
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIwMdh...

Part 3 - Double Third Scale
http://youtu.be/dU8_NArPO2g
Links:

Part 4 - Rapid Double Third Scales
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIvB_T...

Part 5 - Bar 27-34
http://youtu.be/HnofRe8qmvw

Part 6 - Bar 35-64 (end)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5_Hgm...
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Schumann's "Hand Injury"

"It is common knowledge, not only for pianists, that Robert Schumann hurt his hand with a mechanical device. We know that for a fact, it makes sense, it is a good story: The musical genius, who in order to advance his ability at the keyboard, to compete with the great performers of his time, challenges fate by endeavouring something unnatural, and subsequently suffering a tragic loss. Icarus. But: It's not true.

It's a myth, a great story, but not true. Some time ago, while researching mechanical devises, I found an essay by the British music scholar Eric Sams (1926 -- 2004), who in 1971 (!) published an Essay in Musical Times (an English music journal, in continuous print since 1844) titled: "Schumann's hand injury." That 40 year old and apparently completely ignored essay makes an irresistible argument against the notion that Schumann hurt his hand with a mechanical device. A true myth buster".

To read more ....
http://www.pianisttopianist.com/?p=10

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