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  • Papers & Conference Notes
    • Papers
      • Preparing for the Romantic Piano Repertoire (Joyce Grill)
      • Tactics that Encourage Active Learning
      • Piano Music Theory Teaching & Training Software Survey
    • Conference Notes
      • Improvisation Seminar - (APPI: Rachel Malarz)
      • Bach' Ornamentation (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Marvin Blickenstaff)
      • Bach's Short Preludes (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Marvin Blickenstaff)
      • Chopin: Preludes, Op. 28 - Style, Technique, & Thematic Transformation (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Marvin Blickenstaff)
      • General Concepts in Music & Some Suggestions for "Critical" Thinking (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Marvin Blickenstaff)
      • Lyric Pieces by Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Marvin Blickenstaff)
      • Reading: The All-Important Skill (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Marvin Blickenstaff)
      • Interpretation: Tips on Style (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Marvin Blickenstaff)
      • Interpretation Through Analysis (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Marvin Blickenstaff)
      • Shaping the Sound: Rules of Thumb for the Students (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Marvin Blickenstaff)
      • The Magic of Melody (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Dr. Paul Wirth)
      • Practice Smart; Play Dumb (2002 St. Thomas Summer Music Institute: Lori Sims)
  • Audio & Video Files
  • APPI Library

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