Levels of Difficulty for Slow Music

In this workshop we will look at different degrees of difficulty for slow piece of music and talk about why some selections are more difficult than first impressions!

 

Find the start time in your time zone by clicking the photo or following this event link:

 

https://app.tonebase.co/piano/live/player/slow-piano-music-levels-difficulty

 

 

We are going to be using this thread to gather suggestions and questions!         

  • What questions do you have on this topic?
  • Any particular area you would like me to focus on?

In this workshop we will look at different degrees of difficulty for slow piece of music and talk about why some selections are more difficult than first impressions!

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    • Marianne
    • Marianne
    • 1 yr ago
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    Dominic Cheli, is it possible to speak more slowly n in your workshop?

    Or are English subtitles a solution? Dutch translation would be even nicer, but I’m already glad with an English text.

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    • Justo
    • Justo
    • 1 yr ago
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    Completely agreed, Marianne

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  • Marianne Justo Sure I can speak slower, definitely! We can start working on subtitles, but for the time being, I will be careful to speak more clearly!

     

    Thanks for letting me know!

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    • Justo
    • Justo
    • 1 yr ago
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    Thank you for your courtesy. 

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    • marina
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    • marina
    • 1 yr ago
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    Dominic Cheli  Thanks for a really valuable presentation! So thought provoking and stimulating - really appreciated the subtleties you presented re layering, sustain and projection, agogic accents, ways of interpreting hairpins and realising Schubert’s intentions in his score of that gorgeous slow movement. So well organised and clearly presented.  Made me want to rush to the piano to try it all out  :-) esp the Schubert. It’s never sat well to wash over all those staccato marks with pedal. I really like the way you show us how to actively engage with the score. 

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