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Topic: Are there any more freebie piano guides like CC's on the internet?  (Read 2461 times)

Spatula

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Are there any more freebie piano guides like CC's on the internet?
Which are massive but good reads?

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Offline cziffra777

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I'm compiling a lot of material like this on the site in my signature. I have a lot of material that isn't on the site yet and will be adding to the site over the next few years.

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Same..I've already complied over 400 pages of useful and fantasic stuff with 99.95% of material from Bernhard. 

Offline claudio

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care to share?

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Yes

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Offline rafant

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There is a great, entertaining site, by Prof. Martha Beth at

[https://www.serve.com/marbeth/piano.html]

Prof. Beth has a warm understanding of the piano student experience, his site is well organized, and very rich in all kind of piano topics.

Also there are great articles by Prof. Jamey Andreas at:

[https://www.teoria.com/articles/inst.htm]

Regards.

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