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carlyn-ng-6440's picture

A cool talent show ?

WARNING:
Headphone users please be advised that the applause at the end is very loud!!!

#Handclapskit #Talentshow #Rhythm #BodyPercussion

mabel-ong-6441's picture

student: why C and not A?
teacher : its complicated... just play the scale ?
#History #Theory #Mode

student: why C and not A?
teacher : its complicated... just play the scale ?
#History #Theory #Mode

michael-ls-6777's picture

A nocturne is a musical composition that reflects the moods and feelings of night time. Although the name nocturne comes from the French word for “nocturnal,” the origins of the term in music were first used in Italy in the 18th century. The Italian notturno signified the time of day the piece should be performed (typically after 11pm) and was commonly used as to described a piece with several movements which were meant to be played at different times of night.
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A nocturne is a musical composition that reflects the moods and feelings of night time. Although the name nocturne comes from the French word for “nocturnal,” the origins of the term in music were first used in Italy in the 18th century. The Italian notturno signified the time of day the piece should be performed (typically after 11pm) and was commonly used as to described a piece with several movements which were meant to be played at different times of night.
#Nocturne #nightpiece #Chopin #JohnField #History #Theory #Genre #RomanticPeriod

linette-choo-13201's picture

In Numeric Scores, or Jianpu, we have a note that is called the “movable Do”. In different keys, this “movable Do” represents different notes, i.e D, F, G. From this Do, we can derive Re, Mi and so on...
#jianpu #MovableDo #Chinese... See More

In Numeric Scores, or Jianpu, we have a note that is called the “movable Do”. In different keys, this “movable Do” represents different notes, i.e D, F, G. From this Do, we can derive Re, Mi and so on...
#jianpu #MovableDo #Chinese #NumericScores

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This article is not meant to be a complaint, rather a way for lefties to feel a sense of solidarity in their struggles. It could also be a good platform for right-handed musicians to understand the frustrations of their left-handed musician friends... ?
#lefthander

This article is not meant to be a complaint, rather a way for lefties to feel a sense of solidarity in their struggles. It could also be a good platform for right-handed musicians to understand the frustrations of their left-handed musician friends... ?
#lefthander

carlyn-ng-6440's picture

Learning to play a musical instrument has numerous advantages for the little ones – cognitive, motor, and mental skills, just to name a few. Here are 10 reasons why you should encourage your children to play music and to enter a world of discovery.
#Learning #kids #student... See More

Learning to play a musical instrument has numerous advantages for the little ones – cognitive, motor, and mental skills, just to name a few. Here are 10 reasons why you should encourage your children to play music and to enter a world of discovery.
#Learning #kids #student #parents

carlyn-ng-6440's picture

The piano is a gateway to emotions and there is something undeniable sexy about it and the person who plays it. ?
#Sexy

The piano is a gateway to emotions and there is something undeniable sexy about it and the person who plays it. ?
#Sexy

carlyn-ng-6440's picture

Created by French piano pedagogue and composer Charles Louis-Hanon, Hanon exercises consist of independent finger practice. The finger exercises train the pianist in speed, agility, strength and precision of all the fingers, as well as training wrist flexibility. Hanon himself developed 60 finger exercises and assembled them into a book called The Virtuoso Pianist - first published in 1873. Split into three different levels of difficulty they are suitable for all levels and abilities.... See More

Created by French piano pedagogue and composer Charles Louis-Hanon, Hanon exercises consist of independent finger practice. The finger exercises train the pianist in speed, agility, strength and precision of all the fingers, as well as training wrist flexibility. Hanon himself developed 60 finger exercises and assembled them into a book called The Virtuoso Pianist - first published in 1873. Split into three different levels of difficulty they are suitable for all levels and abilities.
#Hanon #Student #Teacher #practice #FingerExercise #Virtuoso

linette-choo-13201's picture

Following the announcement of major changes coming to the ABRSM Piano syllabus in 2021, MusicOnline UK had a Skype hangout session to hear out some opinions from different people.
#NewSyllabus #ABRSM #2021-2022 #Changes

Following the announcement of major changes coming to the ABRSM Piano syllabus in 2021, MusicOnline UK had a Skype hangout session to hear out some opinions from different people.
#NewSyllabus #ABRSM #2021-2022 #Changes

susan-teo-6366's picture

Let's take a moment to explore some of the fascinating scales found in Japanese music!
#Japanese #Scales #Theory

Let's take a moment to explore some of the fascinating scales found in Japanese music!
#Japanese #Scales #Theory

ng-mun-yee-15634's picture

Some tips to score well in the aural section ?
#Aural #ABRSM #Tips #Examination

Some tips to score well in the aural section ?
#Aural #ABRSM #Tips #Examination

adelynn-khoo-6442's picture

Music Theory can be intimidating to learn as a beginner with no prior knowledge, however, it can improve your music writing skills significantly!

#Theory #Student #Beginners

linette-choo-13201's picture

If you don't know how to use the pedal properly -- you can end up creating a big muddy mess of sound. Let's see how we can use the pedal properly to sound better ?
#Pedal #Sustenuto

If you don't know how to use the pedal properly -- you can end up creating a big muddy mess of sound. Let's see how we can use the pedal properly to sound better ?
#Pedal #Sustenuto

linette-choo-13201's picture

Sight reading?
It takes a lot of practice....
It's interesting because you just keep on practicing and you don't really even think much about how good you can sight read. You just keep reading and reading, and years after, you realize that it almost becomes second nature to sight read, and it also becomes fun.
#SightReading #Student... See More

Sight reading?
It takes a lot of practice....
It's interesting because you just keep on practicing and you don't really even think much about how good you can sight read. You just keep reading and reading, and years after, you realize that it almost becomes second nature to sight read, and it also becomes fun.
#SightReading #Student #Teacher

mabel-ong-6441's picture

1 year summary of the progress of an adult piano learner.
Very honest and inspirational!
He shared that he put in in an average 10 hours each week into piano practicing. ??
#Adult #Student #Beginner

1 year summary of the progress of an adult piano learner.
Very honest and inspirational!
He shared that he put in in an average 10 hours each week into piano practicing. ??
#Adult #Student #Beginner

michael-ls-6777's picture

The Cat Concerto Music - Arranged version of Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 by Franz Liszt
#TomAndJerry #Liszt #HungarianRhapsody #CatConcerto #YannieTan... See More

The Cat Concerto Music - Arranged version of Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 by Franz Liszt
#TomAndJerry #Liszt #HungarianRhapsody #CatConcerto #YannieTan

adelynn-khoo-6442's picture

According to research from the University of Zurich, regularly playing a musical instrument changes the shape and power of the brain. It found that musicians have structurally and functionally different brains when compared to non-musicians. In fact, it’s indicated that playing music can increase IQ by up to 7 points in both adults and children.
#IQ #Student... See More

According to research from the University of Zurich, regularly playing a musical instrument changes the shape and power of the brain. It found that musicians have structurally and functionally different brains when compared to non-musicians. In fact, it’s indicated that playing music can increase IQ by up to 7 points in both adults and children.
#IQ #Student #Musicians