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Hi Bill! Here's a review of the past lesson (April 2) and what to practice for the next lesson...

What we covered:

Below are some of the things we discussed:

1) Theory/Glossary:

  • No new terms this week.


What to practice:

1) Technique:

2) Method:

  • None at this time.
3) Repertoire/Composition:

  • Lydia's Waltz: Dynamics
    • m.1 mp
    • m.13 mf/f
    • m.16 beat = mp
    • m.25 mf
    • m.31 f
    • mm.35+36 subito mp, no pedal
    • m.36 cresc.
    • m.37 strong
    • m.39 still strong
    • m.40 subito mp
    • m.44 mp
    • m.45 mf cresc. to m.48
    • mm.44+45 bring out the upper notes
    • m.49 no pedal on beat, catch pedal on 'and of 1'
    • cresc. into m.50
    • m.50 beat 3 = subito mp
    • m.51 beat 3 slight emphasis with dimin. into m. 52
    • m.53 R.H. not too heavy but present
  • Lydia's Waltz: Rhythms
    • m.15 L.H. beat 2 triplet to beat 3
4) Listening:

  • None at this time.
5) Internet:

  • None at this time.

See you at your next lesson!   :)

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