Humanistic Quality, Musicality, and Performance Skills in Piano Performance

Wei LI


This paper carries out an analysis on the importance and training mode of humanistic quality, musicality, and performance skills in piano performance for the hope of providing certain reference for piano performers and relevant teaching researchers.


Piano performance; Humanistic quality; Musicality; Performance skills

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