The video lesson compliments his article inside the April/May issue of Pianist (No 120), which you can order here: https://bit.ly/pianist120
◼️ For detailed advice on arpeggiation from Graham and The Online Academy, visit www.bit.ly/arpeggiation. For Graham’s extensive series of walkthrough videos and annotated study edition of Brahms’s Intermezzo in A, visit www.bit.ly/BrahmsIntermezzo.
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