Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Piano Mastery Talks - Reading Together - Wilhelm Bachaus
"Of course I have to practise technic; I would not allow it to lapse; I love the piano too much to neglect any part of the work. An artist owes it to himself and the public to keep himself up in perfect condition—for he must never offer the public anything but the best."
(page 122, Kindle Edition)
"I seldom practise with great velocity, for it interferes with clearness. I prefer to play more slowly, giving the greatest attention to clearness and good tone. By pursuing this course I find that when I need velocity I have it."
(page 123, Kindle Edition)
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