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Title:Seymour Bernstein teaches Chopin's Prelude in E minor

0:00 Seymour has a surprise for you 1:34 Performance of Chopin E minor Prelude 4:16 Finding your own interpretive ideas 5:24 Chopin knew he was dying 6:33 Preliminary swing stroke 8:40 How to play two-note slurs 10:21 “All piano playing is a series of illusions” 12:05 Controlling repeated chords 14:58 ‘Alla breve’ does not mean ‘faster’ 16:25 How not to play the Moonlight Sonata 18:44 Romantic hairpins are not what you think 21:16 How to play hairpins in a Brahms Intermezzo 22:40 More proof from Fanny Mendelssohn 24:36 Irrefutable evidence from Chopin’s G minor Ballade 26:36 “Rob Peter, but don’t pay Paul.” 28:35 Crescendo means ‘get softer’! 31:47 What Chopin learned from Bach 33:44 How to voice chords on the piano 38:08 How does a piano produce dynamics? 39:34 How not to bang out a crescendo 41:58 The most profound chord in the E minor Prelude 43:32 How practicing music translates to life Join Seymour Bernstein as he re-introduces you to one of Chopin's most popular and tragic works, the E Minor Prelude, Op. 28 No. 4. In this in-depth lesson, Bernstein not only demonstrates the physical mechanics necessary to realize your expressive intentions in this work, he reveals how the Prelude contains information crucial to your general development as a pianist and a person. Free PDF: Tips from Master Pianists — Scales & Arpeggios Ever wished you could learn how to play scales from Chopin or Rachmaninoff? Now you can. In this free PDF, we explore scales and arpeggios – the backbone of a pianist's technical training – from the perspectives of master pianists including Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Chopin, and Brahms. ➡️ Recorded February 2020 --- tonebase gives you instant access to knowledge from the world's greatest classical musicians, performers, and educators. Learn more by visiting Facebook - Instagram - Questions? Contact us:


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