Applying Taubman principles in early-intermediate repertoire - Kabalevsky op 27

Kabalevsky's Thirty Children's Pieces Op 27 is a wonderful collection of pieces for students, with a range of difficulty levels, making it a worthwhile addition to your students' personal library. I have already written in general terms about this collection (see previous post here) and am looking forward to presenting a great deal more detail about how you can apply Taubman principles to these pieces in our forthcoming workshops. I have selected pieces across a range of grades and exam syllabuses for the workshop, and will step you through the healthy playing principles that you can start to add to your teaching of this repertoire immediately. These principles will help students to be able

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