Fur Elise Under the Spyglass
Fur Elise Full Analysis
For all piano students, this piece has become an iconic one among the piano repertoire. It is by far the most requested piece to play to all piano teachers worldwide.
It is the most played piano piece among amateur pianists, and its fame has increased over the years. In this article, Georgios […]
The study of Counterpoint should be compulsory for all piano students and piano teachers alike.
The reason: it is the way in which the musical discourse unfolds.
Believe it or not, the Contrapuntal technique started nearly one thousand years ago in medieval times. It developed until the golden era, the Baroque period, being Johann Sebastian Bach […]
All piano students and piano tutors know very well the name of Franz Liszt. Among pianists, this name became almost a legend. The reasons are many, but to name a few, we can definitively his outstanding and innovative piano technique, his original compositions and last but not least, his magnetic personality.
He lived passionately and devoted his whole […]
Piano Pieces Analysis by WKMT: Evaded Cadences
One of the most challenging aspects of studying piano pieces is the analysis of them before. All piano students complain about it, and all piano teachers complain about the lack of effort students show towards the study of the pieces.
We believe that the reason is that performers, in general, […]
Online Piano Festival by WKMT
We are back with exciting news!
WKMT is now organizing what would be the second edition of our new Online Music Festivals. Thanks to the success in our previous Online version in June this year, we are now again doing it.
This Covid-19 should not stop us, but enhance us and make us […]
Full Analysis of Haydn Sonata Nr 7
If you are a piano student who is interested in performing this Sonata or perhaps a piano tutor who is currently teaching this piece or maybe you would like to do it in the future, this article written by Mtra. Gisela Paterno is the right for you.
These analyses are […]
Did you know the names of the best pianists in the world, now and from the past?
This question is what we aim to answer through this new post, and article published by Iris Kreiman for WKMT Blog. Click on the link aforementioned to read the full article.
Several times, we speak about piano and pianists, but […]
If you are a passionate piano student, you will find this analysis of the Haydn Sonata N° 33 in C Minor Hob.XVI.20 more beguiling.
One of the most challenging tasks for any performer, student or even piano tutor, is to see beyond the notes written on the music sheet. We are so concerned about getting the […]
Complete Guide for Jazz Piano Beginners
WKMT keeps on designing useful, interesting and exciting courses and pieces of advice for all those music connoisseurs interested in music. Different topics and subjects to learn from, and to become a master with.
If you are a student of ours, you will be notified by your WKMT Accredited piano teacher. […]
Let’s start with the Why?
Why every single piano teacher makes their piano students practice scales every day?
It can be for fun, we presume. No, it is not. Scales are the foundation of every piece of music, and by practicing them, we gain many positive assets. Let us see in detail what we obtain from practicing scales every day: