Double Thirds

0:00-4:25 Beethoven 5th concerto 1mov. M.187 Double thirds 0:30-1:45 Fingering double thirds 1:46-3:09 Walking hand and arm is always there 3:10-4:25 Shaping Debussy La Puerta del Vino- Double thirds 4:26-end 4:26-6:24 M.71 6:25-8:51 M. 73

How to handle leaps

Beethoven Sonata Op.2 No.3 1st Movement 0:00-1:38: The wrist: where should it be and what’s it’s role? 1:38-3:04: Leaps in broken chords; applying single rotation and the walking hand and arm 3:04-4:45: using redistribution to simplify the passage

Edna Golandsky decodes Chopin Op. 10 No. 1 (Skype lecture)

0:00 – 1:25: General introduction 1:25 – 3:45: Redistribution, positioning the torso 3:45 – 5:30: Analysis of the rotation 5:30 – 7:38: Analysis of the In & Out 7:38 – 10:20: Analysis of the shaping and the combination of movements 10:20 – 13:50: Grouping and other considerations 13:50 – 25:55: Fingering, and other considerations (In…

RH arpeggios in Beethoven Sonata Op. 27 no 2, 3rd movt

Length: 11’55” Some pianists have claimed that this passage is so tiring that it leaves one fatigued just by playing it. Edna talks about how to prevent this through concepts such as torso movement and shows how moving in the black keys will assist by preventing twisting.

Double Thirds: Part 1 of 3

Length: 10’38” Double thirds are challenging for many, but with an understanding of what goes behind the technique, one can play with much more ease. Edna goes through double thirds going up and down the keyboard and finishes with an excerpt from the E flat Major Sonata. 0:00 – 3:30 Rotating to the left 3:30…