David Cartledge, NCTM, is co-chair of Piano at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and has performed across the United States and internationally. He is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Trust Award for Young Australians, and the Sir John Crawford Scholarship. He has also been awarded grants from the Ian Potter and...
David Cartledge, NCTM, is co-chair of Piano at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and has performed across the United States and internationally. He is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Trust Award for Young Australians, and the Sir John Crawford Scholarship. He has also been awarded grants from the Ian Potter and George Alexander Foundations. At Jacobs, Dr. Cartledge teaches the School’s graduate Piano Literature and Keyboard Literature classes, and directs the Secondary Piano Program.  He frequently gives conference presentations on methods of innovative instruction, including appearances at MTNA, GP3, CMS, WPPC and ATMI.
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Handel: Gavotte in G Major, HWV 491 ("Rigaudon")

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Preparation and Presentation Context: Pieces that are helpful to have experienced or played before approaching this one ​ ​ Kabalevsky - Clowns, op. 39, no. 20 J. S. Bach (attrib.) - Musette in D, BWV Anh. 26 Turk – The Dancing Master Get Ready:  Creative activities to explore before the first encounter with the score, to prepare a student for...
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It is so true about the need to prepare for the LH bass line touch. Thank you for sharing the imagery of potential "coiffure catas... Read More
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