Or should one practice and master Exercise 1 in all keys before moving on to Exercise 2? Thanks a lot for this website.. David Roland Marsilia Tuesday, 10 July Thank you for these exercises! I am just beginning to study the piano seriously, and I play better by ear than by sight at this point, so your audio files really help.
I wonder, have you guys abandoned the second two sections? Maybe by the time I have mastered the first section, you will have published more. Or maybe I will be proficient enough by then to buy his book and read them myself. At any rate, thanks and I hope y'all are still around!
I remember when my piano teacher first made me start practicing scales with Hanon, I was in the fifth grade. I hated it instantly, but now I realize how valuable the exercises are. Squid Wednesday, 07 December Thank you for your time and effort on this site.
I'm enjoying the exercises very much. Arup Banerjee Monday, 01 August Andria Tyler Thursday, 31 March Linda Calhoun Friday, 25 February Craig Wednesday, 12 January This web site is fantastic! Hanon The Virtuoso Pianist in 60 Exercises, all to no avail! I just wanted to hear what they are "supposed" to sound like. Then I just happened to stumble apon this. This web site will be a great aid to my practice! Thank you so much!
Thank you so much for this web site. Terry Wednesday, 08 December My organ teacher recommended the Hanon exercises to me. Other students are into electric pianos and keyboards. I still appreciate the organ and wish the local roller rink would go back to waltzes and organ music. Thanks for setting up the website. The play-along tracks in all keys are a great idea. Calgary, Alberta Canada. Karl Thursday, 21 October John Griffiths Saturday, 16 October Glad to join this Hanon tribute to his outstanding and inspirational work.
Katie Saturday, 11 September Great resource for teachers and students! Thank you for putting this together! Pavle Wednesday, 08 September Improve your piano technique with Hanon exercises!
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