Category: Chords

Piano Guild auditions through May 2011

May 23rd, 2011, No Comments

I am very happy to congratulate the following students to their amazing accomplishments. They all performed musicianship phases. It was George Bostan II’s first Guild audition; he performed all white key scales in Major and harmonic minor and 9 Elementary pieces. Cassiopea Bostan performed All Major, Harmonic and Melodic Minor scales, Chords / Cadences and […]

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Complete Studio entry of 31 in the 2011 Guild auditions

April 12th, 2011, No Comments

Well, this year, once again the Guild auditions are just around the corner. And as always, I am offering this venue to all my students. This year, we have a student entry of 31, from the very beginning levels of Elementary A through the High School Diploma auditions in 12th grade. Of our 31 students […]

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Subscription Page COMING SOON

April 10th, 2011, No Comments

AVAILABLE SOON: ASK EVA MARTIN PAGE: Everyone has questions! I am here to answer your questions! Ask me any question, so I can answer it either privately or via a teleseminar or via subscription. VIDEO COURSES: I am showing you exactly how I practice, how I go about fixing errors, what to listen for, how […]

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Play Piano In All Keys Books: Still on SALE?

November 2nd, 2010, No Comments

Play Piano In All Keys Fingering Charts 40% SALE – save literally years in practicing using these fingering charts!

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October 14th, 2010, No Comments

My CRAZY HALLOWEEN SCALES, CHORDS CADENCES, ARPEGGIOS FINGERING CHARTS SALE!!!! How about ACCOMPLISHING EFFORTLESS and SECURE SCALES, CHORDS / CADENCES AND ARPEGGIOS in WEEKS rather than years, using traditional classical fingering? If you are a piano teacher, like me, taking annually 30 + students through various piano exams, auditions and competitions, you will know about […]

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Beethoven, Czerny Liszt teaching technique and today’s take on technique

November 29th, 2008, No Comments

I found this great dissertation of 1992 of the comparisons of how Beethoven, Czerny and Liszt taught. I took the liberty to copy this paragraph of Czerny’s teaching that so much reflects what I am confronted with daily in my life as a piano teacher. Daily, I am speaking, teaching, breathing, telling, joking, the very […]

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