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Join Piano Street’s New Year Score Hunt 2018!
Welcome to join Piano Street's New Year Score Hunt and get some exclusive pianos scores for free, as well as a chance to win a Gold Membership (value $129)! Read more...
Happy New Piano Year! Top Picks of 2017
We wish you a Happy New Piano Year with a list of highly recommended reading from Piano Street. These are the twelve most read, discussed or shared articles of 2017. Read more...
Now is the Hour by Christopher Norton
Following the successful Eastern Preludes collection by the composer Christopher Norton, the Pacific Preludes are now set to be released on April 4. Piano Street’s Patrick Jovell talked to Christopher Norton, who gives us an exclusive glimpse into his compositional world. He is also generously offering Piano Street Gold members the score to Prelude no. 7 “Now is the Hour” as well as an instructive manual for how to practice the piece. Read more...
A Glimmering Christmas Celebration from Kennedy Center
A wonderous pianistic display of female artists and piano jazz styles, NPR present A Jazz Piano Christmas – the annual holiday tradition featuring four celebrated jazz pianists performing their favorite seasonal music. Read more...
International Piano – January/February issue
Bertrand Chamayou explores the mystery and spirituality of Liszt, Debussy and Ravel; German manufacturer Steingraeber & Söhne puts the piano back into fortepiano; Australian pianist Piers Lane on turning 60; and is it ethical to release discarded recordings? Read more...
French Pianist Goes Wild in German Chorale
As a combination of supreme musicianship and Seasonal Celebrations, what would be more suitable than a traditional German Lutheran Chorale in the hands of the sensational French pianist Lucas Debargue, who is also known as an outstanding improviser and composer? Read more...
5 Minutes on Franz Liszt’s Funérailles
Pianist Daniel Barenboim, now celebrating 75 years, has published a series of short videos titled “5 minutes on…” in which he discusses well-known piano pieces. In this episode he talks about Franz Liszt’s Funérailles from the piano cycle Harmonies Poétiques et Religieuses. Read more...
The Media Lounge Debut and a World Gathering in Cremona!
Cremona again marked its presence as the world capital of instrumental music exhibitions with the 2017 edition of the Cremona Musica which combined top level artists, manufacturers, academia and pedagogy. Piano Street was invited to the new Media Lounge with 30 journalists from the major specialized newspapers, magazines, broadcast media and web-based media met to share ideas on musical critics and journalism elaborating on common issues, differences and possible collaborations in the classical music field. Read more...
Piano News Flash
2018-01-22
The "Okie" From Russia?
Two decades ago, Valery Kuleshov arrived in Oklahoma, a place that couldn't be more different from his native Chelyabinsk if it tried. Over the years, he has worked hard to become an integral part of his adopted home and is now as familiar to his fans as the Sooners are to American football fans. Read more at newsok.com
2018-01-21
Gershwin's Statement
Gershwin was serious about the F-Major piano concerto when he composed it. He wanted it to be a classical concerto that was imbued with his intrinsic style. Unlike "Rhapsody in Blue", the concerto is orchestrated by the composer. Read more at wrti.org
2018-01-19
Debussy 100 and His Ideas on Piano Playing?
A piano method by Claude Debussy. What would it be like? A quote from Maurice Dumesnil indicates that Debussy might have thought about writing a piano method, but he never did, and probably didn't interest himself enough in this. It is however clear that Debussy had certain ideas on how his piano music should be played. Read more at djupdal.org
2018-01-18
In the Spotlight: Olli Mustonen
There is a fascinating Finnish Orpheus myth of music: The hero catches a giant fish in a big lake and kills it. From its bones, he builds a musical instrument. When he plays it, all the animals of the forest come forth to listen to him, drawn by the elemental power of music. Read more at schlueer.com
2018-01-17
Much More Than a Muse
"We divided periods of her life into sections and then looked for musical elements that fit those moments," Faircloth said. While the poetic lyrics deliver the emotional aspect of the story, she explained, the dance delivers the narrative. Read more at houstonchronicle.com
2018-01-16
Not Fit for Television?
"When confronted about the disappearance of classical music from mainstream TV, those in the media often state that it's their duty to reflect the audience'rather than influence it. The audience loves talent shows, so the argument goes, and things that it likes (pretty much an exemplary circular argument), therefore Last Night of the Proms should consist only of singalong medleys and pieces lasting more than four minutes." Read more at musicroom.com
2018-01-15
The Decca Sound
Decca was always at the forefront of recording technology. In many ways, their 78s sound like LPs, and their LPs sound like CDs. Their CDs just sound divine. Eileen Joyce was one of the world's great pianists no one knew. Her Tchaikovsky B-flat minor recording was once thought to be lost, but there is it in the new boxed set of Decca's jewels. Read more at dailytelegraph.com.au
2018-01-14
The Professional Accompanist
It's been 55 years since "Am I Too Loud?" first hit bookshelves, and Natalia Pressman has invigorated the world of being a professional pianist who focuses on accompaniment. She uses that fresh approach in her teaching as a pedagogue who is dedicated to her students rather than to herself. Read more at benitolink.com
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Piano Street Site Updates
19 april 2017:
New CD release by Op 111 Productions: "Alma Brasiliera" with pianist Paulo Steinberg.

25 november 2016:
13 Easy Pieces by Beethoven and Gurlitt.

29 July 2016:
New pieces added to the line of Instructive Editions.

18 February 2016:
New pieces added to the line of Instructive Editions.

18 February 2016:
Piano Street at the Music Education Expo 2016.

12 February 2016:
Six more composers added to the Audiovisual Study Tool



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