Infancy[ edit ] The young Czerny. Leopold parish. His parents spoke the Czech language with him. Czerny came from a musical family: his grandfather was a violinist at Nymburk , near Prague, and his father, Wenzel, was an oboist, organist and pianist. His first piano teacher was his father, who taught him mainly Bach , Haydn and Mozart. Beethoven was impressed with the year-old and accepted him as a pupil.
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The Art of Finger Dexterity, Op.740 (Czerny, Carl)
Quote from: steve jones on September 10, , AM Berhnard, You may have answered this numerous times already, but I wondered what exactly you dont like about the Czerny stuff? Sometimes tackling entire pieces full of difficult technical passages can be a little daunting for me. So these condensed mini-studies are just what the docter ordered. Im sure there is much Czerny wont prepare you for, but as a fairly painless way to develop some of the basic piano techniques, I think his exercises are great. What would do you suggest your students do to develop these fundamentals in place of such studies? Cheers Steve J Czerny exercises are not musical enough. By the way, this is not to say that Czerny as a composer was lacking in that department.
Piano Studies by Czerny