liberace master class next friday 1/6 with dave frank

hi freeks, join me next friday at hari nyc, 140 w 30th st., 3rd floor, for a unique master class on the life and music on liberace, from 8- 930 pm! we'll be analyzing mr. chutzpah's music via video clips of his classic performances. costumes encouraged:) this should be hilarious, bread $15 at the door
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interesting, i never thought of that before.  does the difference in sounds between left and right hand really make that big of a difference?  on an acoustic piano you can play low with the left  hand, high with the right, and that's a different sound.  anyway, i'm going to check it out next time my keyboard is set up. thanks for the tip!
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regular routine work on the coordination of well-known: first, with one hand, then another, then play both hands together slowly, gradually speeding up. it is based on the principle "all or nothing" - or both hands  playing  properly, or hearing inhibits hands against our will.

regular routine work on the coordination of well-known: first, with one hand, then another, then play both hands together slowly, gradually speeding up. it is based on the principle "all or nothing" - or
in the work on simultaneous improvisation with both hands (as we have already debated with mr. dave frank), i found the intermediary stage, where  
the  one  hand plays with mistakes ,  the other is correct.
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