9780028647883

The Well-Tempered Keyboard Teacher

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  • ISBN13:

    9780028647883

  • ISBN10:

    0028647882

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 11/29/1999
  • Publisher: Schirmer

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Summary

This second edition of the best-selling piano pedagogy book provides future piano and keyboard teachers with the essential tools to meet the challenges the next century. Fundamental to every keyboard teacher, the text examines current learning theories, offers a historical overview of keyboard pedagogy, reviews educational materials, and describes specific teaching techniques. It also discusses specific repertoire and technique for beginning, intermediate, and adult students.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
Acknowledgments x
Author/Contributor Biographies xi
Introduction: Into the Twenty-First Century xiii
Marienne Uszler
PART I The Beginning Student 1(78)
The Elementary-Age Student
3(32)
Marienne Uszler
Rena Upitis
The Preschool Student
35(20)
Marienne Uszler
Rena Upitis
The Adult Student
55(24)
Marienne Uszler
Rena Upitis
PART II The Intermediate Student 79(64)
Teaching the Intermediate Student
81(8)
Scott McBride Smith
Repertoire
89(22)
Scott McBride Smith
Technique and Musicianship
111(16)
Scott McBride Smith
The Transfer Student
127(16)
Marienne Uszler
PART III The Advanced Student 143(30)
Teaching the Advanced Student
145(6)
Scott McBride Smith
Repertoire
151(12)
Scott McBride Smith
Technique and Practicing
163(10)
Scott McBride Smith
PART IV The Professional Keyboard Teacher 173(50)
Career Choices
175(6)
Scott McBride Smith
Teaching As a Business
181(10)
Scott McBride Smith
Independent Teaching
191(6)
Scott McBride Smith
Teaching with Technology
197(26)
Rena Upitis
PART V The Well-Informed Keyboard Teacher 223(42)
About Learning and Teaching
225(14)
Marienne Uszler
Putting Theory into Practice
239(26)
Marienne Uszler
PART VI Historical Overview of Keyboard Pedagogy 265(108)
Influences on Pedagogy
267(6)
Stewart Gordon
From Diruta to C.P.E. Bach
273(6)
Stewart Gordon
From Turk to Deppe
279(8)
Stewart Gordon
Liszt and Leschetizky
287(10)
Stewart Gordon
Breithaupt and Matthay
297(10)
Stewart Gordon
Ortmann and Schultz
307(10)
Stewart Gordon
Other Twentieth-Century Pedagogy
317(22)
Stewart Gordon
American Piano Methods
339(16)
Marienne Uszler
Great Pianists of Today
355(18)
Elyse Mach
Bibliography 373(8)
Index 381

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