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  • Moscheles and his success in England.

    An insight on Ignaz Moscheles

    The name of Ignaz Moscheles is quite common among piano students and piano teachers alike. His Piano Method has been a pillar among Piano Tuition since late 1850, but little we know about the life of this great musician who despite the fact of being born in Bohemia (the Czech Republic […]

  • Practice Makes Perfect

    Practice Makes Perfect
    Practice Makes Perfect
    A great tip from our colleague Sabrina Curpanen.
    Keep on practising even on holidays

     

    Who said you are in holidays mean stop practising the piano? Who recommend you to stop your daily practice while on holidays? Practice makes perfect, and that does not mean you are allowed to stop during holidays.

    Sabrina Curpanen, one […]

  • Sight Reading: Its History and Method for Children

    Sight-Reading: its history and method for children.
    Sight-Reading: its history and method for children.
    NEW TIP TO MAKE READING MUSIC FUN AND EASY FOR KIDS.
    Learning to read sheet piano music with WKMT
    One of the major challenges within the Piano Tuition topics is the sight-reading process. Among all piano students, it takes time and a huge amount of […]

  • Some ideas behind the Baroque music

    Some ideas behind the Baroque music.
    Some ideas behind the Baroque music.
    Learning more about the music of XVII CENTURY.
    MUSIC FROM THE BAROQUE ERA

    Baroque music is considered to be contrasting in its conception.  On one side, we have a musical expression that is measured to perfection as in Bach’s fugues, almost like a mathematical formula, we also […]

  • A helpful piece of advice about body posture on the piano

    A helpful piece of advice about body posture on the piano.
    A helpful piece of advice about body posture on the piano.
    Learning the different techniques within the Ergonomics point of view.
    How to get the perfect body posture on the piano
    When we try to correct the bad habits of our body posture we usually think about physiotherapy.  […]

  • The most classical of all Scaramuzza movements: Rotation

    The most classical of all Scaramuzza movements: Rotation.
    The most classical of all Scaramuzza movements: Rotation.
    Alberti Bass: which technique should we apply and why
    Scaramuzza Technique – Rotation Movement

    No matter if you are a Piano Teacher or Piano student, you have probably played Pieces from the Classical period, that means, pieces that surely have the Alberti Bass, […]

  • Our Director’s Series of Articles

    Our Director’s Series of Articles.
    Our Director’s Series of Articles.
    Learn more ABOUT THE MOST FAMOUS PIANO TECHNIQUE.
    Scaramuzza’s Technique – Wrist Movement

    WKMT thanks our Director Juan Rezzuto for his new collaboration with our Educational Blog. A fantastic series of articles is now published to share with all our students and followers all the contents about a precious […]

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