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It’s time to develop the musical rhythm
It’s time to develop the musical rhythm

Learning music consists of several aspects - the development of hearing and memory, the setting of hands, possibly setting the voice, if you want to learn how to sing, and, of course, developing a sense of musical rhythm. It was believed that it was a sense of rhythm that was difficult to develop. Yes, it happens that it is either there or not, but this does not mean at all that it cannot be developed

Read More»Nuances in music: pace (Lesson 11)
Nuances in music: pace (Lesson 11)

With this lesson, we will begin a series of classes devoted to various nuances in music. What makes music really unique, unforgettable "> I hope everyone knows or realizes that composing music is not only writing a harmonious series of notes ... Music is also communication, composer communication with the performer, performer with listeners

Read More»Names and order of sounds
Names and order of sounds

In order to learn how to play the piano using this video tutorial, you need you, your desire to learn, as well as the instrument itself - a synthesizer or piano. So, first you need to learn the names and order of sounds . The following video tutorial will introduce you to the names of the keys.

Read More»Learning to read sheet music
Learning to read sheet music

At the last video tutorial, we studied the names of the keys on the piano, and now it's time to do the main thing in music - the sounds. Sound has several key parameters: pitch: sounds can be higher or lower duration: sounds may be longer or shorter Sounds on paper are recorded on a stave (five parallel lines) using certain characters

Read More»10 tricks for memorizing music
10 tricks for memorizing music

Memorizing a musical composition can be a huge problem in playing the piano. How can musicians keep in mind such a huge number of tunes "> If you have problems of this kind - do not worry. Next time, memorizing another passage, try to follow the tips that will help you cope with this task. The content of the article 1

Read More»Key Names
Key Names

After studying the names of the sounds that we talked about in the last video tutorial, it's time to get to know the names of the keys on the piano. As you know, the piano alternates between white and black keys arranged in two or three rows. Want to know why this is so arranged and why you need black keys "> In the next video lesson, we will move on to the study and reading of notes

Read More»How to count the duration of notes
How to count the duration of notes

In past lessons, we learned to correctly read and write notes based on their height. As we have said, sounds differ not only in pitch, but also in duration , or duration. It turns out that you can play both a whole and a half note, or even a very short note - a quarter note. Let's find out how to write and read notes based on their duration

Read More»We read notes in a musical rhythm
We read notes in a musical rhythm

In our last video lesson, we learned how to determine the duration of notes. In addition to the duration of the sound, rhythm is essential in music - the most important link in musical expressiveness. Let's move on to the study of this element of music and read the exercise in terms of rhythm. Hope to do this intuitively from this video

Read More»Piano Video Tutorial (Introductory Lesson)
Piano Video Tutorial (Introductory Lesson)

Learn with us! If you ever touched the piano keys while trying to play something, then you were in the right place. Can't read sheet music "> In the next video tutorial, you will learn about the names of sounds.

Read More»Playing piano exercise
Playing piano exercise

Now you know the names of notes, you can record and read their height and duration in the correct rhythm, and also sit correctly at the piano and put your hands. So what are we waiting for "> small exercises in order to consolidate the knowledge gained. Well, what happened? If suddenly something is still not completely clear, try to return to the very beginning

Read More»The correct setting of hands and landing at the piano
The correct setting of hands and landing at the piano

The rhythm in music, as already mentioned, is important, however, when learning to play the piano, one should not lose sight of such seemingly insignificant details as landing at the piano and setting hands . In this video tutorial, we’ll talk about how to sit, hold your back, and put your arms and legs while playing the piano.

Read More»Additional rulers in the arrangement of notes on the stave
Additional rulers in the arrangement of notes on the stave

There are only five bars in the stave, everyone knows that. But the main difficulty in learning notes is caused not by the main rulers, but by additional ones. The arrangement of notes on a stave in a treble or bass clef can still be memorized, but incomprehensions begin lower or higher. Well, we will help to resolve these problems

Read More»Musical harmony - the colors of music
Musical harmony - the colors of music

The musical composition consists of several components - rhythm, melody, harmony. Moreover, if the rhythm with the melody is as a whole, then harmony is what decorates any musical work, then what the accompaniment that you dream of playing the piano or guitar consists of. Musical harmony is a set of chords, without which not a single song or play will be full, full-bodied

Read More»Piano technique
Piano technique

This publication, along with other collections of sketches and virtuoso plays of the pedagogical repertoire series, aims to expand the technical repertoire of students in children's music schools. The compilers sought to present the most diverse types of piano texture and give teachers modern methodological recommendations for developing the technical skills of young pianists

Read More»Jazz exercises for beginner pianists
Jazz exercises for beginner pianists

The author of the article is Anna Mazhutko There is a well-founded opinion that jazz is a rather complex genre, and it is difficult to perform. All is true, but this does not mean at all that jazz is something unattainable. After all, there are jazz exercises. The main thing is to start. There are very simple plays that a child can perform at the end of the 1st grade of a music school

Read More»For whom this tutorial is created
For whom this tutorial is created

Piano Tutorial This piano tutorial was created, unlike most books (which would rather discourage you from any activity), for people who just decided to get to know music not as a listener, but as a performer. You will not see the terms a la “subdominant quartosextaccord” here: you will learn about them at a time when your knowledge and skills will be enough. Af

Read More»Tablature file for piano.
Tablature file for piano.

Tablature file is a type of instrumental notation. Simply put, a way to record musical works, alternative to musical notation. "Tabs" is the abbreviation for the tablature, which you probably already heard. They are musical schemes consisting of letters of numbers, and at first they will seem to you in Chinese letters

Read More»Correct fit at the piano
Correct fit at the piano

As you know, a good foundation is the basis that the whole structure will be stable. In the case of the piano, this foundation will be the correct landing at the piano, because even knowing the whole theory well, you will not be able to unleash the full potential due to physical difficulties. Initially, it may seem to you that playing with the proposed method is inconvenient, but, believe me, they didn’t come up with all this for the sake of someone’s stupid whim - over time, you will realize that playing correctly is much easier than what you might think. It

Read More»Piano Learning (Introduction)
Piano Learning (Introduction)

So the moment has come when you have a piano in front of you, you sit down for the first time and ... Damn it, where's the music?> If you thought that learning to play the piano would be easy, then acquiring such a noble instrument was initially a bad idea . Once you are going to make music, even if it will be just a hobby for you, then immediately make yourself an installation that you will be ready for at least 15 minutes, but every (

Read More»Major scales, intervals, stable steps, singing (Lesson 3)
Major scales, intervals, stable steps, singing (Lesson 3)

At this stage in the development of the Piano Self-Tutorial, we will continue to study major scales, or rather, the remaining major scales, played with white keys. I hope you’ve already mastered enough with solfeggio and piano keyboard, as now you have to choose the scales that will be recorded in the form of notes.

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