Re: Burgmuller Op. I very rarely use Op. Of the two sets. I like op. Amongst them my favourites are: No.
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This is the kind of skill that will required by most romantic repertory in particular Schumann and Mendelssonh. It also allows the student to experiment with different ways of accenting notes playing louder, stretching the time and slight displacement of right and left hand.
This is one of the most important skills a student can develop. Very useful study in sound balance. Also one of the nicest of the studies. It can easily be played as an early recital piece. Also good to develop the ability to distinguish between legato and staccato. And this is a fast piece. So speed training will also be accomplished. A Ballade is basically a story told through music. So the important question for the student here is: What story are you telling?
And how are you going to tell it? So in my opinion this is an excellent study to expereimnt with different ways of playing, none more correct than others. Technically this is a good study for chordal playing. The melody swaps hands, so both hands get a go at accenting the melody and playing the chords. Mostly in piano, technically the main challenge is to be able to accent notes within a soft context, so that the accented notes do not sound loud.
The skips in bars 1 - 6 will help practising accuracy. It will teach to negotiate changes on repeated notes on both RH and LH.
Very good to show how to approach this sort of chorale pattern break the four voices into four melodic loines and practise them separately. You can bring pout different melodic strands depending on which note you accent.
There is scope for a lot of experimentation here. Also good for playing acciacaturas at speed. The aim is of course to produce a sound of such evenness and fluidity that if the listener closed his. Very good opportunity to discuss when to use accents only on the first beat of the bar e. Another study that could make for a nice recital piece.
Again, a good opportunity to discuss compound time signatures, and if the student has learned th eTarnatelle above, a good comparison on how the same time signature can accommodate such disparate pieces. Expressing the gently rocking movement of a boat is the main challenge here. Both hands must paly absolutely together if a rich, lush sound is to result.
Also bringing up the melody the top notes. Very good opportunity to identify chords and chord progressions. With all the hand-crossing it looks positively spectacular.
Besides teaching accurate hand crossing, this study also will help with bringing the melody LH crossing over the RH over the subdued RH arpeggios. As with all the pieces in this opus, technique is just one aspect. The other one is to evoke the flight pattern of the swallow. I actually have a video to show the students what a swallow looks like when fhlying.
You would be amazed how little students know of these things. Best wishes, Bernhard. Logged The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. Hunter Thompson.
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