Practicing with hands separate and the perils of fractured thinking

Length: 3’18”

Dorothy Taubman previously discovered that working with hands separated as well as the concept of “multi-tasking” leads to fractured thinking and hinders one’s ability to play focused. Edna touches briefly on this subject and makes it clear that the brain works better with both hands together.

Chopin Etude Op.10 No.4 Interdependence of the hands / broken chords

Length: 2’44”