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The Art of Piano Pedaling: Two Classic Guides

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With Rubinstein considered Liszt's only possible rival on the concert stage, and Carreño as the foremost woman pianist of the late nineteenth century, it is an unexpected gift that both have left behind insights into that supremely important — but grossly neglected — aspect of performance called "the soul of the piano": the art of piano pedaling. Their treatment of pedaling is of the utmost importance, not only from a historical standpoint, but for what it can still teach even the most sophisticated player. Rubinstein's pedaling technique is explored using specific examples from a vast repertoire of works he performed in 1885-6. Carreño's observations — written in a warm, non-academic style — explore her sensitivity to the most subtle keyboard colorings made possible through combinations of touch and pedal.

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Rubinstein is considered Liszt's only possible rival on the concert stage while Carreño is the foremost woman pianist of the late 19th century. Together, they discuss "the soul of the piano": the art of piano pedaling. Rubinstein's technique is explored through works he performed in 1885-6. Carreño's observations explore her sensitivity made possible through combinations of touch and pedal.

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ISBN:
9780486427829
Introduction:
Banowetz, Joseph
Publisher:
Dover Publications
Introduction by:
Banowetz, Joseph
Introduction:
Banowetz, Joseph
Author:
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Author:
Rubinstein, Anton
Author:
Teresa Carre
Author:
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Author:
Carre
Author:
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Author:
Carreno, Teresa
Author:
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Location:
Mineola, N.Y.
Subject:
Musical Instruments - Piano
Subject:
Piano
Subject:
General Music
Subject:
General Music
Subject:
Pedaling
Subject:
Piano -- Pedaling.
Subject:
piano pedaling manual
Subject:
Anton Rubenstein
Subject:
Teresa Carreno
Subject:
Music-Books on Piano and Harpsichord
Subject:
Teresa C
Subject:
arreno
Subject:
Techniques
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Dover Books on Music
Series Volume:
108-90
Publication Date:
20030831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
96
Dimensions:
11 x 8.38 in 0.67 lb

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Rubinstein is considered Liszt's only possible rival on the concert stage while Carreño is the foremost woman pianist of the late 19th century. Together, they discuss "the soul of the piano": the art of piano pedaling. Rubinstein's technique is explored through works he performed in 1885-6. Carreño's observations explore her sensitivity made possible through combinations of touch and pedal.
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