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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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The Importance of Scales and Arpeggios

It is no secret that for any pianist, amateur or professional, it is imperative that they commence with a solid warm up prior to launching into a playing session.  In fact, I prefer to think of the scales and arpeggios as part of the playing session. Why and how so?   The benefits of playing […]

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