Franck - Navigating the Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano, mvts. 1 and 2
MARY MORAN presents the first and second movements of the Franck violin sonata, discussing the piece and showing simple solutions to problematic passages using the Taubman Approach. Topics covered in this free video: redistribution, texture, leaps, and interdependence of hands.
To view part two of this video, register to attend our Summer Symposium and International Piano Festival at Princeton University. Mary Moran will be speaking on the technical and interpretive issues of movements three and four of Franck's Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano.
Our one-week Summer Symposium and International Piano Festival (July 9-17, 2016) is a rare opportunity for pianists to examine the body of work known as the Taubman Approach, presented by expert faculty who have studied directly with Mrs. Taubman and Edna Golandsky. The week's events include:
- 4 private lessons
- 4 supervised practice times in addition to private lessons (first-time participants only)
- 3 interactive technique clinics
- 6 Breakout groups where you can experience specific keyboard passages that are being discussed in relation to applicable concepts of the Taubman Approach (for participants with previous exposure to the Taubman Approach)
- Master classes
- Presentations and lectures by Edna Golandsky, John Bloomfield, Robert Durso, and Mary Moran.
- 6 evening concerts by world-class artists (International Piano Festival)