A Performer's Guide to Samuil Feinberg's Sonata No. 6: A Window into Russian School Pianism

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Samuil Feinberg was an important performing pianist, composer, and one of the protagonists of Russian Piano School. Among his numerous piano compositions, the Sixth Sonata is one of the most complex and illustrative of his deeply personal musical ideas. The following performer's guide offers some ideas on interpreting and performing the sonata from the perspective of Russian school pianism. Having trained in Russia for nearly a decade with two of Feinberg's most eminent disciples and assistants (Tatiana Galitskaya and Liudmila Roschina) makes this author part of living chain back to his pedagogical principles. I will draw upon my knowledge and ... continued below

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Georgievskaya, Liudmila August 2017.

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Samuil Feinberg was an important performing pianist, composer, and one of the protagonists of Russian Piano School. Among his numerous piano compositions, the Sixth Sonata is one of the most complex and illustrative of his deeply personal musical ideas. The following performer's guide offers some ideas on interpreting and performing the sonata from the perspective of Russian school pianism. Having trained in Russia for nearly a decade with two of Feinberg's most eminent disciples and assistants (Tatiana Galitskaya and Liudmila Roschina) makes this author part of living chain back to his pedagogical principles. I will draw upon my knowledge and expertise to illustrate how interpretation of Feinberg's Sonata No. 6 embodies many of the particular and subtle aspects of the Russian piano school technique.

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Georgievskaya, Liudmila. A Performer's Guide to Samuil Feinberg's Sonata No. 6: A Window into Russian School Pianism, dissertation, August 2017; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1011846/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .