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"Hats off...!" - New Translation of Schumann's First Review

Celebrate the Schumann anniversary by reading our new translation of his very original and entertaining review of Chopin's Opus 2. This review includes the famous quote "Hats off, gentlemen, a genius". Read more >>

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pianolka
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« on: March 03, 2014, 09:37:36 PM »

Kind regards to all piano teachers in the world! We are coming with an interesting idea which can be attractive for others as well. We are two enthusiastic piano teachers from the Czech Republic who would love to get in touch with other piano teacher from abroad to exchange our piano sheets for our pupils (nice piano compositions by the national composers), to recommend good piano recordings reciprocally or to help to our pupils with meeting and making new piano friends from other countries. We hope to organize for our students thematic piano concerts – for instance „Greek piano music“, „Indian piano music“, „Belgian piano music“ etc.  Our students are between 5-18 years of age. 
Providing you like our idea, please send us an email or better write your contact details here as you can get answer from another country. We will reply to all messages or we forward your email to our friends – Czech piano teachers.
If you like our idea, please join us! Thank you!  Wink

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Two enthusiastic piano teachers
country: Czech Republic
contact: pianoucitel@centrum.cz
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bencollisonmusic
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« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2014, 08:33:48 PM »

Hello,

I think this is wonderful idea. I believe that it would add greatly to students if they were to have contact with other cultures, not only their own and what their teachers want them to learn. Being a student myself I can see how much I could learn from this experience. I also have a couple students and I think they would also enjoy this experience. I would be most interested in getting in contact with the both of you and seeing were this goes!

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-Benjamin Collison

E-Mail: bncollison@aol.com
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