Piano Lessons Canary Wharf

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Piano Lessons Canary Wharf

Private piano teacher offers piano lessons in Canary Wharf
to children and adults who have always wanted to learn piano.

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Position at the Piano

Posted by Piano Teacher Canary Wharf on Piano Lessons Canary Wharf Page on April 6, 2014

Piano Lessons Canary Wharf - Piano Teacher in Canary Wharf

Piano Lessons Canary Wharf – Piano Teacher in Canary Wharf

Before analysing finger action, the student should make sure that he is sitting correctly at the piano. He should sit high enough so that when the hand is on the keys and the shoulders relaxed, the elbow is slightly higher than the finger tips. This helps the circulation, and also allows the use of upper arm weight in heavy chords and octaves. A low elbow retards the circulation of the blood to the hands and will interfere with the free use of arm weight. It goes without saying that the player should sit straight, with his head up, and never get into the habit of slumping over the keyboard. It is most important to avoid any tightness of neck, shoulders or wrist. The hand should be well-arched and the wrist low and so relaxed that it feels limp. If the position at the piano is correct, and the arms relaxed, the wrist will hang lower than the fingers except when following the hand as in thumb crossing, the end of runs, etc. This allows the hand to carry the weight and gives the greatest leverage to the key. In this connection, it will help the student if he can arrange a mirror where he can watch and criticise his own motions. [sf_social_share]

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Travel Directions – Piano Lessons Canary Wharf

Directions by Car – Option One – Piano Lessons Canary Wharf

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1. Take S Colonnade, W India Ave and Westferry Rd to Limehouse Link/Limehouse Link tunnel/A1203
1a. Head north on Upper Bank St
1b. Turn left onto Canada Square/S Colonnade
1c. Continue onto Cabot Square
1d. Slight left onto W India Ave
1e. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Westferry Rd
2. Follow A1203 to Tower Hill/A100
2a. Turn left onto Limehouse Link/Limehouse Link tunnel/A1203
2b. Slight right onto Minories/A1203
3. Take A3211 to Parliament Square/St. Margaret St/A302/A3212
3a. Take the 2nd left onto Tower Hill/A100
3b. Continue onto Lower Thames St/A3211
3c. Turn right onto Bridge St/A302
4. Continue on A3212 to Philbeach Gardens
4a. Take the 1st left onto Parliament Square/St. Margaret St/A302/A3212
4b. Continue onto Cheyne Walk/A3220
5. Turn left onto Philbeach Gardens

[icon image=”ss-navigateright” character=”” size=”small” cont=”no” float=”left” color=”accent”] Kensington Piano Lessons, 21 Philbeach Gardens, London SW5 9DY

Directions by Public Transport – Option Two – Piano Teacher Canary Wharf

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1. Canary Wharf Underground Station, Jubilee line towards Stanmore Underground Station or Willesden Green Underground Station
2. Westminster Underground Station
3. District line towards Wimbledon Underground Station, Ealing Broadway Underground Station or Richmond Underground Station
4. Earls Court Underground Station
5. Walk to 21 Philbeach Gardens, Kensington, London
5a. Continue along Warwick Road for 77 metres (1 minute, 7 seconds).
5b. Turn left onto Philbeach Gardens, continue for 126 metres (1 minute, 47 seconds).

[icon image=”ss-navigateright” character=”” size=”small” cont=”no” float=”left” color=”accent”] Kensington Piano Lessons, 21 Philbeach Gardens, London SW5 9DY

For more information, please refer to the following links:
www.tfl.gov.uk
www.google.co.uk/maps

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We are open for both face-to-face and online appointments.