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TTTV024: Alexander Technique with Greg Holdaway

by Tim Topham

The Alexander technique has helped professionals in many different fields to achieve greater coordination and ease, doing the thing they love. Many pianists have found this technique to be the solution to recovery from pain, while also helping them to perform at their best. As teachers, we all strive to foster good technique in our ... TTTV024: Alexander Technique with Greg Holdaway

12/20/2015 Read more

TTTV003: What does a healthy piano technique mean to me? [Panel Discussion]

by Tim Topham

A group chat with three people from around Australia and USA, this podcast delves into people’spersonal experience with piano technique and in particular, how the Taubman approach can be so important in developing an effortless, comfortable approach to piano technique. My guests today are: Annie Buettner-Moore – Piano/Sax performer and teacher from Perth, WA Leo ... TTTV003: What does a healthy piano technique mean to me? [Panel Discussion]

04/12/2015 Read more

How to make piano scales fun!

by Tim Topham

OK, so I know that “fun” might be the wrong word to ever describe scales, but there are some great resources available to help make scale practice infinitely more interesting. As much as it can sometimes be tempting to throw scale practice out for good and just get on with music-making for both ourselves and ... How to make piano scales fun!

03/01/2012 Read more