This magazine is quite simply for those readers who love to play the piano. The magazine includes fascinating interviews, features and reviews on new releases in the sector. There are also over 40 pages of specially selected sheet music for players of all levels to try out for themselves as well as helpful technique ideas to improve your ability. As an added bonus the Pianist will also regularly include a free tutorial CD with the magazine.
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There is a great mix of technique advice and interesting features in Pianist magazine to keep all the piano fans entertained. There will be features on up-and-coming musicians as well as profiles on the greatest teachers both past and present. The magazine’s mantra is ‘the pleasure of playing’; it puts a great deal of emphasis on having fun and above all enjoying playing the piano. This may be quite a revelation for some readers who may only be used to being subjected to rather dull piano lessons at school by bored teachers. If you’ve had bad experiences with piano lessons then we suspect that this magazine could reignite your passion for the piano as there is an emphasis on doing it yourself and improving at your own pace in a fun way.
There are pages and pages of sheet music to get stuck into, the music is separated into beginners, intermediate and advanced so you can start at your own pace and work your way up to the more complicated pieces when you feel ready. The Pianist magazine provides useful commentary at the start of each piece to give the player helpful hints and tips on how to get the best sounds. There can also sometimes be sections devoted to the keyboard for those who are more accustomed to using modern equipment.
We think that this magazine is great value for money as you get so much packed into just one publication, the sheet music alone we think is worth the price. If you want to improve your skills and read some excellent quality features on your favourite pianists then this magazine will be right up your street.