- Injuries/Taubman Approach
- What are the resources on Taubman Approach
- Introduction to the Taubman approach – My personal story
- 4:05 – 6:18 Edna’s Story.
- 6:40 – 13:30 What is the Taubman Approach?
- 13:53 – 17:55 Edna’s Story (continuation)
- Short Lecture from Chapel Hill – How to move your body? What is the leading part?
- 00:00 – 1:56 What is the role of the body in piano playing? Body parts that move vs. Parts that are being moved.
- 2:15 – 5:35 Why is the forearm the leading part in piano playing?
- The Craft of Music Making: Using a natural technique to communicate and express music
In this video, Edna briefly touches on how technique will be the catalyst towards expressing music. She uses the analogy of a dancer’s technique which in turn promotes their ability to express the choreography.
- Practicing with hands separate and the perils of fractured thinking
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.