use pianism in a sentence.
Together with his exact contemporary Sviatoslav Richter 1915-97, Gilels occupied a twin peak in Russian pianism during the second half of the 20th century, and listening to these well remastered recordings from the Fifties and Sixties, it is not hard to appreciate why.
Since Maurizio Pollini began his five-concert 'project' with the first half of Bach's 'Well-tempered Klavier' - pianism's Old Testament - it was appropriate that he should follow it with the last three works in Beethoven's sonata cycle, aka pianism's New Testament.
Howard Shelley's performance is refreshingly free from empty showmanship or narcissistic 'pianism'.
Moviegoers can hear his sensitive pianism on the soundtrack to this year's "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," featuring the music of Alexandre Desplat.
When Clementi went to Russia, he brought along his pupil, the Irish pianist John Field, who remained there, training a generation of pianists and laying the foundation for the school of Russian pianism.