Here we go again. Another lesson starts with my 9 year old student Matt, who blurts out before I can say hello that he’s had an awful week of practicing because he’s been playing a lot of video games this week. “Really?” I ask. “Ya, so my wrist really hurts.” ‘Interesting’ I thought. Not evenContinue reading “Changing the game”
Waiting for your Golden Goose You may be asking yourself as a pianist, teacher or student…. what does waiting around for good technique, playing endless Hanon exercises and Chopin etudes have to do with Golden Geese? It’s really quite simple in my mind, just ask Willy Wonka Golden Geese are special creatures. They require aContinue reading ““I want a Golden Goose Daddy””
Here is an arrangement I wrote for a dear friend. Enjoy…. and follow other performances by Suzanne Elizabeth Poole on Soundcloud.com https://soundcloud.com/suzanne-elizabeth-poole/01-tura-lura-danny-boy
Easiest fingering ever for scales
Twister is a twist on practicing!