Carl Czerny - Eight-Measure Exercises (Op. 821)


Carl Czerny’s works are often thought of as a ‘necessary evil’ that will magically further a pianist’s technique. As with all repertoire, outstanding results can only be achieved by working better, not harder. In this video series, Fred Karpoff shows how Czerny’s Eight-Measure Exercises, in particular, are an excellent vehicle for quickly addressing specific technical challenges, thereby helping us apply solutions to all kinds of music.

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