I sincerely doubt Randy Faber needs any introduction to most piano teachers. He is one of the creators of the extremely popular Piano Adventures method books, and regularly speaks on pedagogy and performs across the world.
I’m delighted to have Randy on the podcast today to share his thoughts on piano technique. His experience working with both students and teachers gives him a unique and invaluable insight into how we move at the piano.
In this episode, Randy Faber gives his thoughts on arm movements, 3D playing, legato for beginning students and Hanon exercises. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from this superstar of the piano pedagogy world!
If you’d like to download a PDF transcript of this episode, please click below.
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