J.S. Bach’s “Anna Magdalena” as a Basic Tool for the Development of Beginner Pianists

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  • Tsonka Al Bakri

Abstract

The following paper aims to analyse the notebook ‘Anna Magdalena’ as a means for the development of specific knowledge and skills concerning teaching of Baroque and more specifically Bach style, for the beginner pianist. The focus of the paper is oriented towards examining the notebook, and providing a fresh perspective for its teaching from a pedagogical standpoint. Moreover, the paper aims to show various modes of teaching applied to the most popular pieces in the notebook. The author exhaustively lists widespread performer issues relating to the baroque’s technique, specifically, Bachian stylistic perception and attempts to show the ways in which these pieces can be taught. The study will be based on practice-led research methodology.

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Published

2018-05-10

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Al Bakri, T. (2018). J.S. Bach’s “Anna Magdalena” as a Basic Tool for the Development of Beginner Pianists. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 8(2), 61. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/jesr/article/view/10241

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