Feel free to get in touch with me here. I look forward to hearing from you.
Jocelyn: Love your project, funny and insightful. I have a bunch of my students working on the etudes and have given them all your link. Kids should start the etudes as early as possible, even just to play slowly; it makes them feel important to battle with ‘big dog’ pieces as I call them. Look forward to more posts
love the podcast and the project. many of my students are following it as well. I cannot find you on facebook. perhaps it is a private account. facebook has changed their privacy policies a lot lately.
Thank you so much! I’ll get to work on the Facebook page. Cheers!
Just wanted to let you know I have you in my Stitcher app favorites and get your podcast every time it comes out. If you keep making them, I’ll keep listening.
Thanks! Your timing is perfect–here’s one now. Cheers, Jocelyn
love your podcasts, please keep them up if you possibly can! tried commenting on ITunes as you requested, but can’t seem to do it. . & hugs to your kid for sharing his mom with us! Irene
Will miss your podcast this week as will many others. I will get to a piano on Friday so you can take a rest and enjoy your families.
By the way, I enjoy hearing your canine. What heritage is (s)he?
I’ve been working on Op. 10 no. 2 for the better part of a year now, and I’ll probably still be at it a year from now. Along the way, I’ve enjoyed listening to your podcast, for the many practice insights and ideas I’ve gotten from you, for the way you continue to show and share your love for this great music and learning to play it, and just for the knowledge that someone else out there is struggling with many of the same issues that I am, albeit on a much grander scale. You are, after all, learning to play all twenty-four etudes to my one. I would sorely miss your podcast if it were to end. Regardless of how many reviews you get, I hope you will consider continuing it on at least a monthly basis. All of us are rooting for the success of your project and are looking forward to hearing your performances of all of the etudes as everything begins to come together. Please keep it going.
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