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Introduction To Pedaling

Instrumental Tutor | Tuition
Subtitle For Pianists
Instrumentation Piano
Arranger Agnes Lakos
Publisher Editio Musica Budapest
Pedal use is a fundamental part of expressive piano playing. But proper pedalling skills are not easy to acquire. Thus, it is important that piano students become acquainted with the use of the three pedals as early as possible. The stopgap Introduction to Pedalling is a collection of pieces adapted to all levels of manual dexterity, enabling learners to improve their mastery of both the musical function and technique of pedalling. The volume contains both individual and joint studies for the three pedals of modern pianos. In addition to ten selected pieces from Samuel Maykapar's Twenty Pedal Preludes (1937), Introduction to Pedal Studies includes keyboard music from four centuries, ranging from Johann Sebastian Bach to contemporary Hungarian composers. Pupils can thus encounter varying pedal marks from different periods. Of course, not all composers featured in the collection marked pedal use; in such cases, pedal signs were added by the editor. It is a recurrent question of interpretation whether pedals should be used in the music of earlier masters. The sound of the modern piano is far less vibrant and rich in overtones than that of the period instruments - thus, it is not Bach's music that necessitates pedal use so much as the piano itself.
Language ENG-D-HU
Store Tuition
Product Format Instrumental Tutor
Release Date 2019
Pages 80
ISMN 9790080200162
Edition Number 20016
Catalog No. EMBZ20016
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