Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Piano Mastery Talks - Reading Together - Alexander Lambert
"Scales must be, willingly or unwillingly, the daily bread of the player; the hand must be put in good shape, the finger joints rendered firm, the arms and body supple, before pieces are thought of."
(page 125, Kindle Edition)
"I insist on a thorough knowledge of scales and arpeggios, and a serious study of Bach. I use almost everything Bach ever wrote for the piano; the Two and Three Part Inventions, French and English Suites, Well-tempered Clavichord, and the organ Preludes and Fugues, arranged by Liszt."
(page 127, Kindle Edition)
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