Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Piano Mastery Talks - Reading Together - Fannie Ziesler

"Two things are of supreme importance: namely, firm finger joints and loose wrists; these must be insisted on from the very beginning."
(page 128, Kindle Edition)

"I would rather have an intelligent, earnest, serious pupil, who is obedient and willing to work, than a very gifted pupil."
(page 130, Kindle Edition)

"Pianissimo is one of the later things to teach. A beginner should not attempt it too soon, for then it will only result in flabbiness. A true pianissimo is not the result of weakness but of strength."
(page 132, Kindle Edition)

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