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Online masterclass series

Here’s an interesting online masterclass service that my teacher pointed out to me: Tonebase (https://www.tonebase.co/piano?submittedPersona_Piano=1#pbl-uvp)

Various systems grading difficulty of pieces

There are various systems grading difficulty of pieces. Rough guides, YMMV. Hinson’s Guide to the Pianists Repertoire and Friskin/Freundlich’s Music for the Piano. They both use level of difficulty as: Easy, Moderate, Moderately Difficult and Difficult Graded 1-5: https://www.pianolibrary.org/about/statistics/ Henle has a rating system of 1-9 The Great Britain ABRSM has a respected system. Canada’s Royal […]

Classical music video subscription site

Sort of a “Netflix for classical music” (but a lot more expensive: medici.tv.  Subscriptions from $120 – $190 / year (as of today).  They claim to offer over 100 live events per year, and the catalogue of viewable videos is currently over 1600.

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The Bulletproof Musician

Just discovered this site — seems to have a wealth of useful advice and wisdom. Primary focus on helping musicians deal with performance anxiety, and also on more effective practice. But lots of other areas of advice as well. The Bulletproof Musician   Posted with Blogsy

The great pianists on YouTube

The Great Pianists on YouTube: don’t drop the piano