Piano Masterclass: The Great Composers

Daniela Hlinkova

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Take a piano masterclass with Daniela Hlinkova, an talented pianist. Learn how to interpret 29 main classical pieces composed by Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Say, Schubert...

Piano Masterclass: The Great Composers

Daniela Hlinkova, a professional classical piasnist invites you to take her masterclass about techniques and interpretation.

You will study a variety of classical piano pieces composed by the greatest: Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Grieg, Say, Chopin and Kabalevsky.

 

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The main concepts taught

Rhythmic Shading and Structure

Rubato

Legato

Fingering

Interpretation

The program proposed by Daniela Hlinková

In this piano masterclass, Daniela Hlinková teaches you how to perfect famous classical pieces. You will study pieces from Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Say, Kabalevsky, Bach, Chopin, Schubert and Haydn while focusing on the different techniques related to the pieces studied as well as their interpretation.

ChapterDetailed Notions

Joseph Haydn

“Sonate B minor” three movements: staccato, trill, ornament; chord, dolce, legato; presto.

Schubert

“Impromptu in A sharp minor”: allegretto, fingering and tempo, pedal and crescendo, emotion and tension

Impromptu in G flat minor”: perfection of the rhythmical structure and of the touch, melody and accompaniment, inspiration and feeling.

Frédéric Chopin

 

“Waltz in A minor Op.34 No.2”: advices about tempo, sotenuto…

“Waltz in B minor Op.69 No.2”: rubato, sostenuto…

“Waltz in B-flat minor Op.9 No.1”: chords, crescendo and melody, emotion and tempo…

“Waltz in D-flat major Op.64, No.1” (Minuite Waltz): fingering and melody quality, tremolo, octave

“Waltz in C shape minor, Op.64 No.2”

Johann Sebastian Bach

“Little prelude in C major BWV 939”

“Prelude in C minor BWV 999”

Dmitry Kabalevsky

“Waltz”

“Clowns”

“Galop”

“Toccata”

“Easy Variations Toccata”

Fazil Say

“Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major”: syncope, octave, fingering…

Sergei Rachmaninoff

“Elegie Op. 3 n°1”: bass, legato and leggero, glissando…

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

“Rondo alla Turca”: fingering, technique, meter…

Edvard Grieg

“Waltz Op 12, No 2” and “4th variation”

ChapterDetailed Notions

Joseph Haydn

“Sonate B minor” three movements: staccato, trill, ornament; chord, dolce, legato; presto.

Schubert

“Impromptu in A sharp minor”: allegretto, fingering and tempo, pedal and crescendo, emotion and tension

Impromptu in G flat minor”: perfection of the rhythmical structure and of the touch, melody and accompaniment, inspiration and feeling.

Frédéric Chopin

 

“Waltz in A minor Op.34 No.2”: advices about tempo, sotenuto…

“Waltz in B minor Op.69 No.2”: rubato, sostenuto…

“Waltz in B-flat minor Op.9 No.1”: chords, crescendo and melody, emotion and tempo…

“Waltz in D-flat major Op.64, No.1” (Minuite Waltz): fingering and melody quality, tremolo, octave

“Waltz in C shape minor, Op.64 No.2”

Johann Sebastian Bach

“Little prelude in C major BWV 939”

“Prelude in C minor BWV 999”

Dmitry Kabalevsky

“Waltz”

“Clowns”

“Galop”

“Toccata”

“Easy Variations Toccata”

Fazil Say

“Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major”: syncope, octave, fingering…

Sergei Rachmaninoff

“Elegie Op. 3 n°1”: bass, legato and leggero, glissando…

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

“Rondo alla Turca”: fingering, technique, meter…

Edvard Grieg

“Waltz Op 12, No 2” and “4th variation”