The Art of Rhythmic Expression, Part 1

The Art of Rhythmic Expression (Part 1)
Recorded in 2004, Golandsky Institute Summer Symposium at Princeton University

This three-disc DVD set provides an in-depth perspective on rhythmic playing and highlights its role in artistic performance. Edna Golandsky builds on the fundamental principles of the Taubman Approach to show how the correct use of rhythm brings music to life and makes it more expressive. Enjoy the rhythmic aliveness of her demonstrations from Chopin’s Mazurka, Op. 17, No. 4 and Ballade in G minor, Op. 23; Mozart’s Sonata, K. 332; and Schubert’s Impromptus, Op. 90, Nos. 2 and 4.

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Masterclass from Forum Musikae – Chopin Nocturne Op.9 No.1

Masterclass from Forum Musikae, Summer 2019, Madrid.

Alexander Traikov plays Chopin’s nocturne op.9-1.

For more information on the Forum Musikae https://www.forummusikae.com/forum-musikae-verano/curso-especial-edna-golandsky/

Masterclass Forum Musikae – The first lesson (Part 2)

Masterclass from FORUM MUSIKAE, Madrid, Spain, Summer 2019.

Piano : Dimitris Kostopoulos

What are the first steps when a pianist comes to the lesson for the first time?

Masterclass Forum Musikae

Masterclass from FORUM MUSIKAE, Madrid, Spain, Summer 2019.

Piano : Dimitris Kostopoulos

What are the first steps when a pianist comes to the lesson for the first time?

Masterclass Forum Musikae

Question : Repeated notes from Scarlatti D141

A Public Lesson in London – Schubert Sonate D959 and Debussy L’isle joyeuse.

A Public Lesson in London – Rachmaninoff Prelude Op.32-12

A Public Lesson in London presented by Edna Golandsky.
QUICK LEAPS, FINGERING AND BROKEN OCTAVES IN RACHMANINOFF PRELUDE OP. 32 #12.
Emily – Piano.

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