Tuesday, June 30, 2020 by Alan Moore | Uncategorized
It doesn't have to be a problem learning to play the piano if you have small hands. In fact, it can have it's advantages - you might find it easier to playmore quickly and lighter than somebody who has bigger fingers.
Also, there's a sneaky technique involving breaking chords with the pedal.
Here's more information:
Monday, June 22, 2020 by Alan Moore | Uncategorized
Hand flexibility is crucial if pianists are to play to their full potential AND with ease, avoiding the dreaded tension.
Here's a great article by Melanie Spanswick on the subject. Well worth a read:
Tuesday, June 16, 2020 by Alan Moore | digital
Just in case you're thinking of buying a digital piano as a main instrument or to supplement the acoustic. Digital pianos have improved tremendously over the last few years and are now a viable alternative to the more traditional acoustic piano.
Here's an informative article from Pianist Magazine that will give you more information: