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Vendor: Simon & Schuster
Publication Date: 2008
Availability: In Stock
Note by Note is in part a memoir in which Tunstall recalls her own childhood piano teachers and their influence. As she observes, the piano lesson is unlike the experience of being coached on an athletic team or taught in a classroom, in that it is a one-on-one, personal communication. Physically proximate, mutually concentrating on the transfer of a skill that is often arduous, complicated and frustrating, teacher and student occasionally experience breakthroughs-moments of joy when the student has learned something, mastered a musical passage or expressed a feeling through music. The relationship is not only one-way: teaching the piano is a lifelong endeavor of particular intensity and power.
Anyone who has ever studied the piano-or wanted to-will cherish this gem of a book.
Taylor5 Stars Out Of 5April 7, 2008TaylorWhat a wonderful book! Tunstall writes with adept ability and wonderful perceptiveness, examining a rare cultural phenomenon that has remained continuous and in demand, through all the shifts of society. I loved reading this book - it was a truly lovely experience. Tunstall's point about piano lessons being the ultimate amateurization of a skill should apply equally to her (hopefully large) audience, who need not be professional or musically expert to enjoy and cherish this book.
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