Technique Matters


by John M. Zeigler, Ph.D.
Rio Rancho, NM USA


echnique Matters is a column on The Piano Education Page intended for teachers, students and pianists who want to improve their technique, teaching of it, or make their playing easier and more enjoyable. The column is full of practical tips on technique, with illustrative video and photos in some cases. We are interested in your ideas for topics you would like to see addressed. Just send us an e-mail and we'll take it from there.




Technique Matters Columns

Problems with Posture by Professor Hao Huang

Technical Exercises - To be or not to be? by Professor Hao Huang

Studying Etudes by Professor Hao Huang

Practicing: Who Makes the Decisions? by Professor William Leland

Practice and Exercise: What's the Difference? by Professor William Leland

The Ins and Outs, Twists and Turns of Scale Playing by Professor William Leland

What Do We Mean By 'Relaxation' at the Piano? by Professor William Leland

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Last updated: 01/30/15
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