The use of E. JACQUES DALCROSE system in teaching
“Prophet of rhythm”, “musical Pestalozzi” ... These epithets are addressed to the Swiss teacher, composer Emil Jacques - Dalkroz, undeservedly, in my opinion, forgotten by our contemporaries. I want to…

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Instrumental heterophony in the partit "seven words" by Sofia Gubaidulina
1. The semantic capacity of instrumental heterophony If the heterophony of Russian polyphonic singing is an act of collective creativity with its own intonation and sonor spectrum, then the semantic…

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Basics of vocal pedagogy Lecture course - 2
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…

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Methodological aspects of the work of a accompanist in a vocal class

In the modern musical world, the work of an accompanist very often fades into the background, but meanwhile, it is no less important than the work of a teacher. Often the role of the pianist is to some extent even more responsible: in addition to several stages of learning the work that the accompanist takes with the student, he performs with him on stage in the ensemble. The success of this ensemble, this performance, in many respects depends on his level of skill. Continue reading

Features of the piano texture in the works of F. Liszt (from the experience of accompanist)

List’s first experiments in the field of vocal music (three sonnets of Petrarch) relate to a stay in Italy, i.e. by 1938-39 years. During the years of wandering, cycles of original songs were created with such pearls of vocal lyrics as “Lorelei”, “Minion”, “When I Sleep”. The first book of songs was published in 1843, the second in 1844, the Canzona (of three nocturnes) in 1850. Continue reading

Concertmaster Aspects
Currently, accompaniment is the most common form of performance for pianists, one of the most sought-after professions in the field of special musical education. The scope of accompaniment is very…

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Performing analysis of "Symphonic Etudes" op.13 by R. Schumann
“Etudes in the orchestral character of Florestan and Eusebius” was the name of the cycle. However, the first edition, released in 1837, received the title Symphonic Etudes. There was also…

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FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE A draft competition in musical theory for the final classes of children's music schools and children's music schools
Is there such a teacher of theoretical disciplines in the world that a student would not ask at one fine moment: “why do I need this” - meaning solfeggio classes?…

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Siberian maestro and the mysteries of his soul
People's Artist of the Russian Federation, Professor Arnold Mikhailovich Katz is one of the most famous people in our city. A lot of books, articles, reviews have been written about…

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