Pianist magazine is the internationally renowned piano magazine for people who
love to play the piano. You don’t just read it – you play it too. With more
than 40 pages of specially selected sheet music, for players of all levels,
accompanied by the sound files, you can play along at hom...
Goldmine of knowledge
I have enjoyed this digital magazine for several years and have found it to be a valuable resource. There is still material beyond my skill level, but it will thus continue to provide me material to use as I progress. Thanks to all the people who make this magazine possible!
A treasure trove of information
I am an adult piano student. Discovering this magazine has been a real find. I enjoy this interactive magazine chockfull of helpful and entertaining articles on practice techniques, interesting interviews of accomplished pianists and music pieces for all levels with instructional guidance. Extremely well done!
The Best Piano Magazine on the market
If only Apple would include this magazine on their News+ app subscription. I would definitely keep my subscription, after the trial period.
Pianist is always inspiring, frequently just fun, and almost as educational as private lessons. Five stars.
Great content, horrid delivery
Slowest downloads of any app I’ve ever used. But if you can get it, the content is great. Despite that hassle, I do wish they would offer a back-issue bundle purchase. I would buy them all (and then spend the rest of my life downloading, lol.
Great magazine / great app
I love this magazine/app. The best feature is the classical scores linked to audio files. These scores range in difficulty - beginner to advanced. The scores also range in date of composition, from the time of JS Bach, to contemporary. Many of the scores are unfamiliar, so it is interesting to find new pieces ti learn. Each piece has an introduction, much like you would find in printed music. Some scores gave much more in-depth instructional material, like a master class. A minor issue - the magazine is British (and I am American) so most of the ads are aimed at British readers. A second minor issue is printing scores - sometimes possible on PC, depending on copyright. Most of the music is easily obtained in printed form, so its not a big deal.
Provocative, informative, entertaining for all levels of ability.
Unable to open
After downloading the app, paid the subscription, the app doesn't open!!! What am I paying for? Wasted $38 bucks!!!
Great magazine with excellent video classes, but can’t print scores
Wonderful magazine. Video lessons are excellent. full of scores. One of the main reasons to get Pianist magazine is to get and play the sheet music. Unfortunately, there is no way to print the scores from the iOs device. Unless you can read and play from an iPad,you might want to get the paper magazine instead. Of course, you can find many classical scores elsewhere.
I Love It!
The app is very stable. The magazine is inspiring and well written for pretty much all levels. Having the audio to listen to the scores is a really wonderful feature. I have no complaints at all and highly recommend it.
Nice but needs better download speed
I like it once it is in my iPad, but the download speed per issue is dreadful. If I want to open an issue over the weekend, I better make sure to start downloading by Tuesday to make sure I have it by Saturday. And while the issue is being downloaded, forget using the iPad for anything else. I do not know if it is an Apple issue or a Pianist issue, but none of the other apps take this long to download, even when they are twice or thrice the size.
I used to pick up a copy of Pianist at the book store. Now I get it on my iPad Pro. It is an awesome mag/app. Love the links and I watch a lot of their lessons on you tube. I'm a beginner-intermediate senior player. There is just enough levels spread for everyone.
A terrific aid to the student of any skill level.
I find each issue to contain a wide range of information - the tips and lessons are all very helpful, and the included sheet music always pleases.
Doesn't recognize previous version of app or downloads
How dumb can an app be? This new version of the Pianist does not recognize that the previous version exists on the iPad nor any of the previous downloaded issues with all their media. So you have to download again and delete the previous versions separately! There are no instructions suggesting any other way! Pianist, you can do better!
I would call this a ripoff, but I don't think it's their intention to take money for nothing; they just didn't bother to make it work, and then do nothing to fix it. The magazines don't download. One of the other reviews says it takes days; I admit I haven't waited that long, and don't plan to. I requested help a year or so ago and never got a response. Take the money and run appears to be the plan.
Yes. Pianist magazine is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 53 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.8/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Pianist magazine Is 46.5/100.
Yes. Pianist magazine is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 53 Pianist magazine User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Pianist magazine Is 46.5/100.
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