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About the author:
Composer and pianist Ariel J. Ramos is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston and has been performing, teaching piano, and working with independent filmmakers since 1997. He is a first place recipient of the Cluzeau-Mortet piano competition and was awarded the Berklee Writing and Composition Scholarhsip.
Ariel Ramos is author of a wide array of books in the mDecks Series including UST Jazz Piano Voicings collection, Elementary Rhythmic Training, Reconstructing a Bach Fugue, and Piano Technique Vol. 1. In addition, Mr. Ramos has composed soundtracks for countless films and TV series including Warner Bros’s Terminator: The Sarah Connors Chronicles and Pushing Daisies (TV series IDs for Latin America).
Ariel’s studios and offices are now located in South Florida where he composes music for film, TV and chamber music, and arranges from small ensemble to full orchestra. Beyond his writing of books and his prolific composition Ariel also is a highly sought after pianist, performing jazz, latin and chamber music in South Florida. Finally, Mr. Ramos is a renowned piano, theory and composition educator.
Fingers Control, Independence, Balance & Strength
Piano Technique Vol.1, consists of 46 exercises, covering two main technical challenges for the piano player:
Fingers control, independence, balance & strength
Rhythmic subdivisions and essential polyrhythms
Playing the piano requires the use of very fine dexterity. To acquire such skill, the brain must be challenged consistently and repeatedly by the same proposals, causing a self-induced restructuring. This transformation is not a trivial one, and it only comes to be after all the necessary work has been done and enough time has passed.
It's all about consistency and time.
Practice consistently and allow enough time for the brain to adjust. Consistency makes the challenges persist, which tells the brain a change is needed in order to solve them. Even when you are resting your brain will assemble new structures to handle those needs that your consistent practice routine has created. Practice every day. It is better to practice 5 minutes every day than 5 hours once a week.
- Publication Date:
- 1441412166 / 9781441412164
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8" x 10"
- Black and White with Bleed
- Related Categories:
- Music / Instruction & Study / Techniques