Tag Archives: Rachmaninov

How Can the Bowman Piano Playing Method Help Me Play Better As a Classical Pianist?

How Can the Bowman Piano Playing Method Help Me Play Better As a Classical Pianist? By Marty A Cohn Strictly speaking, the method that I want to explain below, can apply equally to pianists of all musical styles, but the Bowman method, which is the primary method I wish to write about has been created […]

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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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The Magic Touch by Wallace Tate- Remarks by Cara Kelson

The below remarks were made by Cara Kelson (nee Hall '47), at the book launch, February, 22, 2003 in Perth, Western Australia   Thank you Wallace, for asking me to speak about Lionel. It has been a real trip down memory lane for me, and I only hope I haven't intruded myself too much in […]

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