Q&A 4 and 5

If you have questions concerning the Taubman Technique        you can now leave them in comments on this blog.

Time may not allow me to answer all your questions but those selected to be answered will be taped every few weeks and shown here. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

Q&A 4. Beethoven Sonata op.2-3 / 1. Mov. /M.96~

Are we “cheating” when we divide large distances between the hands?

 

Q&A 5. Prokofiev Sonata 7 /2. Mov. /M.44-46

How to manage legato and staccato leaps

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Q&A1, 2 and 3

Q&A1. Basic balance and rotation in ascending and descending 5 fingers

 

Q&A2. How much do the fingers move when we rotate?

 

Q&A3. What causes some fingers to feel weak

Ask a question and get an answer. Also, explaining double note trills.

If you have questions concerning the Taubman Technique you can now leave them in comments on this blog. Time may not allow me to answer all your questions but those  selected to be answered will be taped every few weeks and shown here. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

 

 

 

 

Message from Edna

Thank you for your interest in my blog and the Taubman work. It is wonderful to know this life-changing information is reaching so many people across the world through this medium. In light of the Golandsky Institute Summer Symposium at Princeton, I will be taking a break from the blog for a couple of months. When I return, I am going to open up the blog to your questions as to what you would most like to be seen, and I will endeavour to answer the most pressing issues in subsequent months.

All my best,
Edna

Edna Golandsky discusses Chopin Etude Op. 10 no 8

 

Edna Golandsky discusses excerpts from Chopin Etude Op. 25 no 6 and Op. 25 no 1 (Skype lecture)

Edna Golandsky decodes Chopin Op. 10 no 1 (Skype lecture from the Taubman Approach in Australia weekend workshop)

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