Metronome (from a series of articles on the use of technical means when learning to play a musical instrument)
The idea of a “musical chronometer” has been in the air since the beginning of the 19th century. Previously, composers indicated the nature of the work verbally, for example, “fun”, “lively”, “broadly”, “energetically”, and the approximate tempo depended on the duration of the beat, as well as on the acoustics of the room and personal preferences of the performer. Continue reading
Topic 3. Scientific concepts of the activity of the vocal apparatus in singing.
A) Myoelastic and neurochronactic theories
as a single concept
With the advent of the art of solo singing, vocal pedagogy developed empirically – by accumulating knowledge in the field of the nature of the singing voice. Based on the experience of performing practice at one time or another, the principles and techniques for the development of singing voice, the system of vocal education and upbringing were established. Continue reading
Dear, dear colleagues! I dare to publish this small article only because at every point I can refer to authorities. And yet – I think that it can help beginner educators. Children come to a music school to learn how to play an instrument, and they want to play, because they are attracted to music and self-expression in it. The development of the instrument and the development of musicality go together, but here I want to talk specifically about musicality, about what helps its development. Continue reading