Biomechanics & Hand Anatomy: Piano Technique

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Biomechanics & Hand Anatomy: Piano Technique

Postby juufa72 » Thu Dec 21, 2006 6:30 pm

Science invades the art of playing the gravicembalo col piano e forte!!!

Nice site. Enjoy.


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Postby arensky » Fri Jan 05, 2007 6:07 am

Wow this is extensive. :shock:

I will read carefully, digesting slowly. But it already strikes me that it's a molehill seen as a mountain... :roll:


Postby Anonymous » Sun May 20, 2007 9:35 pm

as a medical doctor and concert pianist I can confirm the anatomy is like this.
You should know about it!
But then find a way to use it! Please check on my "Relativity Formula of Piano Playing" which you can find at
and directly at
and I have included several videos in it to explain the stuff.
Who can invite me to a workshop (starting from Frankfurt/Main in Germany) can have even more explanations!

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