Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Piano Mastery Talks - Reading Together - Rhythm and Tone Color
"You must play rhythmically before you can play soulfully; you must first be able to keep time before you can attempt to express color and emotion through any fluctuation of rhythm."
(page 197, Kindle Edition)
"Edwin Hughes remarks: 'If pupils have naturally a poor sense of rhythm, there is no remedy equal to practising with the metronome, using it daily until results are evident, when there can be a judicious letting up of the discipline.'"
(page 198, Kindle Edition)
"The pianist who desires to play effectively, must continually strive for variety of tone, for tonal coloring."
(page 199, Kindle Edition)
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