Discusses parallels between Granados's approach to piano technique and that of Ludwig Deppe and Tobias Matthay, two pioneers in the reshaping of pianistic principles that took place at the turn of the century. Despite his relative isolation in Barcelona, Granados pursued strikingly modern ideas in piano playing, including principles of weight and relaxation, avoidance of finger-lifting, and preoccupation with fine gradations of tone. Primary sources include the composer's diary, treatise on pedaling, and the detailed memoirs of one of his students.
Hess, Carol A.
"Enrique Granados and Modern Piano Technique,"
Performance Practice Review:
1, Article 5.
Available at: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/ppr/vol6/iss1/5