Hanon piano exercises have been meticulously constructed to provide the optimum level of practice for pianists of all levels and abilities. The full series of exercises have a proven track record in improving technical skill, speed and precision stretching back well over a century. First published in , The Virtuoso Pianist by Charles Louis Hanon has become a valuable source of inspiration for piano teachers, students and performers. The original 60 Hanon exercises have now been perfected and transposed to every major key, offering participants the maximum performance training and practice available.
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Notes by C. Hanon : Special exercise for the 3rd and 4th fingers of the hand. For each Key : When this exercise is mastered, repeat the preceding one , and play both together four times without interruption; the fingers will gain considerably by practising these exercises, and those following, in this way.
How to practice piano more effectively : Practice each hand separately first. Practice this exercise slowly in the beginning metronome on If you played it easily, and precisely with the metronome, move the tempo up one notch.
Continue to practice in this way until you reach bpm. You can also transpose Hanon exercises within the cycle of fifths. The fingering remains constant in all keys.
Practice with various dynamics. Practice soft, loud and everything in between. As you practice, vary the touch. Play staccato, play legato, and play two-note slurs.
Practice in different rhythms. And as Charles-Louis Hanon recommends it, practice the exercises by lifting the fingers high and with precision, playing each note very distinctly.
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