What about professional piano transcriptions of dramatic and very expressive modern pieces?
… aaaand what if the modern piece was inspired from an amazing neo-classical masterpiece?
If you’re intrigued, then I have a treat for you!
Lesson No. 85 ‘for Dessert’ from my step-by-step Video Course for Beginners is focused on the most famous Theme from the Matrix soundtrack – Clubbed to Death by Rob Dougan! In case you didn’t know, this piece was inspired from the well-known Enigma Variations op. 36 by Sir Edward Elgar…
… and you will find out more about this very special piece, and about our Course for Beginners (available in the Members Area of PianoCareerAcademy.com) by watching the video below – which is a ‘sneak peek’ from Lesson No. 85, comprising my demonstration of Clubbed to Death!
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By the way, you can learn more about our Course for Beginners by reading my answer to question No. 17 from our FAQs at PianoCareerAcademy.com .
Also, don’t forget that the full Lessons No. 1 and No. 75 ‘for Dessert’ from this Course are available for free, here on PianoCareer.com:
Nikolaev’s Russian School of Piano Playing. Lesson No. 1 from the Beginner Course.
Tchaikovsky – Waltz of the Flowers. Piano Tutorial. Lesson No. 75 (Video Course for Beginners).
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Hi Ilinca madam,
I really enjoyed your arrangement of this piece “clubbed to death”.Its a new tutorial.I really liked this tutorial.I’m a beginner and learnt a lot of new things from this tutorial.Since it is a video tutorial it makes it easier to learn.You are a wonderful teacher and also a teacher to me.I’m glad that I learnt many piano playing secrets from you.This tutorial is good for fingering,dynamic indications as well as for pedaling technique.I pray to God to give you a happy,healthy and prosperous life.Thanks for sharing.Good work! and keep on bringing new tutorials.
I’m so impressed by your work!
Really awesome 21st century way of music teaching.
Keep up the good work!
Thank you, Albert! 😉