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May/June 2018: Keyboard Kids Companion

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December 23

1785 - Premiere of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 22 in E-flat, K. 482, in Vienna.
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Playing composers' slurs: From Mozart to the nineteenth century

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In recent decades, scholars and publishers have reproduced composers' original notations in so-called Urtext editions. In these scholarly editions and facsimiles of composers' autographs, pianists will notice two slurring patterns—slurs obviously cutting off a phrase or a melody, or a slur ending before the bar line when the end of the phrase or me...
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Roll over, Mozart: Creative improvisation and composition activities

T he skill of improvisation is often looked upon as the realm of jazz musicians. Many classical musicians would not dream of "riffing" with Beethoven or Mozart melodies. However, incorporating  elements of improvisation and composition in classical pieces can provide students with an active, creative approach for learning repertoire. This "mes...
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The problems of Mozart’s concerti: Helping students find appropriate cadenzas

In the Spring of 2012, Clavier Companion sponsored its fifth annual Collegiate Writing Contest. College students at any level from any country in the world were invited to submit 1,500 word essays on a pedagogical topic of their choice. The grand prize was publication of the winning essay in Clavier Companion. The esteemed panel of j...
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