Alternatively Sized Piano Keyboards - Documents                     

PASK Documents                     

PASK (Pianists for Alternatively Sized Keyboards) - Summary For Teachers & Pianists
      Click here: PASK - Summary for Teachers & Pianists

PASK (Pianists for Alternatively Sized Keyboards) - Opportunity for the Piano Industry
      Click here for English version: PASK - Opportunity for the Piano Industry
      Click here for Japanese version: PASK - Opportunity for the Piano Industry   (Translated by a PASK member.)

PASK (Pianists for Alternatively Sized Keyboards) - Summary for the Media
      Click here: PASK - Summary for the Media

PASK (Pianists for Alternatively Sized Keyboards) - Quotes and Personal Stories
      Click here: PASK - Quotes and Personal Stories

PASK (Pianists for Alternatively Sized Keyboards) - FAQs
      Click here: PASK - Frequently Asked Questions

PASK (Pianists for Alternatively Sized Keyboards) - QR codes for website and petition
      Click here: QR codes for PASK website and petition

Journal Articles and Other Documents                     

Poster Presentation - EPTA Conference, Iceland, 2016
      Click here: EPTA Poster_2016 To print, choose size A0 and Colour.

Bibliography - Alternatively Sized Keyboards.
      Click here: Bibliography

Hand span data analysis - Statistics Summary, 2015.
      Click here: Hand span data analysis - Statistics Summary, 2015

Jutras, P. (2015), Editorial, Clavier Companion, Sept-Oct.
      Click here: Clavier Companion Editorial, Sept-Oct 2015

Leone, C. (2015), "Size is Key", Clavier Companion, Sept-Oct.
      Click here: Clavier Companion cover & article, Sept-Oct 2015
      © 2015, Clavier Companion. Used with permission. All rights reserved.  www.claviercompanion.com/subscriptions/print

McLachlan, M. (2010), Editorial, Piano Professional, EPTA (UK), Spring.
      Click here: Editorial&Contents_Piano Professional UK_Spring 2010

Boyle, R & Boyle, R. (2010). Hand size and the piano keyboard. An introduction to the technical and musical benefits for pianists using reduced-size keyboards. Piano Professional, EPTA (UK), Spring, 18-23.
      Click here: Hand size and the piano keyboard_Piano Professional UK_ Spring 2010

Boyle, R & Boyle, R. (2010). Hand size and the piano keyboard. Technical and musical benefits for pianists using reduced size keyboards. Journal of the Victorian Music Teachers' Association, 36 (1), 17-35.
      Click here: Hand size and the piano keyboard_ VMTA paper_March 2010

Booker, E. (2010). Pianos: one size fits all…big adults. Tempo, Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (NSW) Inc., Autumn, 8-9.
      Click here: Booker_Pianos - one size fits all...big adults_Tempo 2010_ p 1
      Click here: Booker_Pianos - one size fits all...big adults_Tempo 2010_ p 2

Experiments for pianists with large hands.
      Click here: Chopin Etude opus 10 No. 5
      Click here: Chopin Etude opus 10 No. 5 - Instructions and feedback form.doc
      Please detach and complete the instructions and feedback form and email to: pianos@cicadabay.com....Thank you!


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