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Conducting for Pianists (Part 1)

September 9, 2014
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Conducting for Pianists (Part 1)

Wait, pianists should learn how to conduct?  Are you kidding?  I’m a pianist, not a choir director.  I don’t need to know how to conduct.  WRONG.  🙂  Conducting is not just for choir directors and band teachers.  But, even if that were the case (which it’s not) as a pianist you will have opportunities to do...
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Camille Saint-Saens

March 28, 2014
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Camille Saint-Saens

Camille Saint-Saens was born in Paris,France in 1835.  At the age of 5 years old Saint-Saens showed so much interest and talent in music that his great-aunt began to teach him the piano.  He progressed quickly; at 6 years old he began to compose music, and when 11 years old he gave his first...
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