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#1 tomq

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 08:41 PM

Hey,

 

what would u recommend to do after finishing the L&M P. How to continue on?

I think Im more interested in classical music. Which book or guides would u recommend?

 

Thanks for the course



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Posted 02 July 2013 - 09:45 PM

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#3 Will Barrow

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Posted 13 July 2013 - 09:37 PM

Hey Tomq,

                   Congrats on finishing the course-glad you enjoyed it.As for what to do from here, with an interest primarily in classical music,here's a few thoughts. If you have access in your area to a good classical teacher,i'd go for some lessons. I believe this genre of piano playing and study is best done with some one on one guidance. Lessons can get expensive,but I think you can accomplish a lot even going to someone intermittently and getting plenty to work on till your next lesson[but take it bit by bit].If no teacher is available or affordable there are probably online courses in classical playing,though I must confess I don't know about them. I also believe it's important to start with VERY basic material,so that you can focus on not only the notes,but also on the  nuances of dynamics,articulation,pedaling,phrasing,etc-so much of the magic in playing piano-classical or otherwise-are in these....Best of luck and ha[py playing,






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