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How to play this trill in Mozart's Piano Sonata 14 (K457)

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How deep should the fingers sit when pressing piano keys?

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Why are conductors required at orchestra performances?

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Why play a B chord on piano with this fingering?

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How can I distinguish between a full 7th chord and a 7th chord without a 5th in figured bass?

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How to determine which inversion a chord is?

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Has Debussy really recorded his own works?

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Why is the final section of Liszt's La Campanella working so well?

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How to write partitures for an orchesta

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How does the tonic solfa work in minor keys?

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How is this note playing (Scriabin Op. 42 No. 5)

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Harmony on measures 21/22 of Chopin's Fantaisie-Impromptu, Op. 66

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question on Chopin opus 25 1 about left and right hands

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Is there a way to play vibrato on the piano?

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Dampers in 19c fortepianos

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Variation of Chopin's Mazurka Op. 68 no. 4 in F minor

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Whenever I attempt to compose, my head contradicts every note I think of

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Is it ever proper to slip fingers down from black to white keys on a keyboard?

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Naming Intervals -- Tactics, Strategies, Tricks

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What is sufficient information to identify a classical music piece?

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Plateau while learning piano sight-reading

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What can one do to understand time signatures?

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Reconciling Different Schools of Thought in Piano Technique

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I've played piano for four years. Do I still need lessons?

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Why are orchestras tuned differently?

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Is there a name for this trope in music writing

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Bach prelude BWV 924

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In professional orchestras will principal woodwind players ever double instruments?

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Piano fourth finger lies too low on the keyboard

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What is the name of the default articulation?