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Glenn Gould's Finger Tapping Exercise for Piano Technique

Feb 9, 2011 11:37:48 AM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in glenn gould, home schooling, learning music, learning piano, early childhood education, ingkavet, kids music lessons, music curriculum, music for children, music lesson, music lessons, alberto guerrero, Blog, early music teaching, finger tapping, music, music for kids, music teaching, park slope, piano lesson, music education, piano exercise, practicing piano, suzuki method, technique, Video, Teaching Methods

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Many of you are struggling with playing cleanly and smoothly. This simple technique can help you to relax your fingers to pay more fluidly. Developed by Glenn Gould's mentor and longtime teacher Chilean pianist Alberto Guerrero, it aims to retain a relaxed muscle memory. You can learn more about this in the wonderful documentary Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould.

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