1990 - current issue

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 Adult piano study

 Method Series, adult & children

 Scales

 Business & professional aspects

 Motivation

 Specific pieces

 Composition & improvisation

 Performance skills/scenarios

 Summer study

 Fingering

 Piano- the physical instrument

 Teaching/Learning processes

 Group teaching

 Practicing, general

 Technique, general

 International topics

 Reading & sightplaying

 Technology, general

 Internet

Relationships: Teacher/Student/Parent

 Theory, music

Jazz

  Repertoire, general

 Transfer students

 Medical topics

 Rhythm

Tributes to people

  Memorizing

 

  Miscellaneous


"It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question."
Ionesco, the French playwright

 

 TEACHER/STUDENT/PARENT

PERSPECTIVES IN PEDAGOGY

 HOME PRACTICE

 ADULT PIANO STUDY

 MUSIC READING

 REPERTOIRE & PERFORMANCE

 TECHNIQUE

 TECHNOLOGY

 RHYTHM

NEWS AND VIEWS

    YOU AND YOUR PIANO

 MOTIVATION

"The real object of education is to have a man in the condition of continually asking questions"
Bishop Mandell Creighton (Bishop of London around the beginning of the 20th century)

Abbreviations used in the listings:

  • Issue numbers, such as 6-3, mean Vol. 6, No. 3. There are 4 issues to each volume:
    1= Spring, 2= Summer, 3=Autumn, 4=Winter
    (Exception: For year 2000 only, 2=Autumn, 3 = Winter)
  • T/S/P= Teacher/Student/Parent

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"Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers."
Voltaire, the French philosopher and writer

 

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"It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers."
James Thurber, the American writer and cartoonist