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Piano and the Risk of Tendonitis

  Piano and the Risk of Tendonitis By: Paul Tobey   As someone who has lived through 3 incredibly painful bouts of tendonitis, both in my left arm and right arm, I thought it important to pass on some information that has helped me deal with this in the past. It is important to understand that […]

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Piano and the Risk of Tendonitis

Piano and the Risk of Tendonitis Piano and the Risk of Tendonitis By Paul Tobey As someone who has lived through 3 incredibly painful bouts of tendinitis, both in my left arm and right arm, I thought it important to pass on some information that has helped me deal with this in the past. It […]

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How Can I still Play the Piano After Experiencing Tendonitis and Other Hand Injuries?

  It is not uncommon for professional, or serious, regular pianists to experience various hand injuries over the course of their piano playing days. This is particularly problematic for people who may have small hands, and who play complex works, such as the Rachmaninov Concerto Number 3, and so on. However, this problem is certainly […]

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Can I Overcome Hardship in my Life and Career?

I think this is an important questioon to ask ourselves, time and time again, when difficulty strikes, as inevitably, we can all suffer from set backs from time to time. As you are no doubt only too well aware, the difference between the winners and the losers, to use a term, is the mindset we […]

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