The technique of the piano is presented here in its foundations and in its gestures.
All forms of piano writing come down in all and for all to four forms of play according to the parts of the arm that are likely to take the initiative of the attack and produce the sound, namely the fingers, the hand, forearm and upper arm. This book describes these four forms of play and reviews their multiple applications by giving many examples from the classical repertoire.
Each is thus given the opportunity to perform the actions that are required according to the passage considered to translate the musical content, instead of going through the random method of trial and error or to be fooled by pedagogies that take place. want all the more peremptory as they are ineffective.