Semantics of keys

Piano story
In Russian, the words "forte" and "piano" are translated as "loudly" and "quietly." Originally used the name "pianoforte". In the clavier of the XIX — XX centuries. (in music practice…

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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”,…

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Glissando for trombone in Bolero Maurice Ravel
Trombone storytellers look like tales of anglers! And about the trombone solo in the work of Maurice Ravel, journalist Broussardi heard many times. And now it’s the turn to tell…

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Metropolitan Hilarion on the features of the upcoming performance of the Christmas Oratorio

One of the important events of these Christmas days will be your oratorio. What will be the feature of the new performance?

– The Christmas oratorio was written by me almost 10 years ago, and its premiere took place 9 years ago. The first performance took place in Washington, at the National Cathedral Basilica – this is the largest religious building in North America, as far as I know. About 5 thousand people gathered there. Continue reading

Music defines the direction of development of civilization

The attention of connoisseurs of classical music, seekers of the underlying causes of its impact on our souls, is presented with a video lecture by the musician and public figure from Novosibirsk Galina Pavlova.
This lecture does not cover specific issues of the influence of music on human physiology and psychology. It examined the issue of a deeper and almost completely unconscious influence of music, more precisely the features of its rhythm, on the whole personality of a person and on society as a whole. Continue reading

Piano story

In Russian, the words “forte” and “piano” are translated as “loudly” and “quietly.”
Originally used the name “pianoforte”. In the clavier of the XIX — XX centuries. (in music practice we use the word “clavier” as notes for piano and transcriptions of instrumental and orchestral pieces for piano performance) we can see to the left of the first piano line the word piano, which is a derivative of the original word pianoforte. Continue reading

Formation of independent work skills in playing the accordion (reading notes from a sheet, selection by ear)

One of the most important tasks in the process of learning to play any musical instrument is to teach a student to work independently, constantly improve and develop. On the accordion, this is also of paramount importance. For such work, students need certain skills, the ability to set tasks on their own, perform them and adequately evaluate the result. Continue reading

Musical memory and its development

In pedagogical practice, quite often questions arise related to the memorization of a musical work and its performance from memory. Some students have a tenacious, strong memory; others grasping “on the fly” remember the work inaccurately, superficially; the third is difficult to remember. In the process of working with some students, it is sometimes difficult to correct an incorrectly memorized phrase, fingering, and reception. 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…

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Fundamentals of Vocal Pedagogy Lecture Course - 3
Attempts to create a theory of solo singing have been undertaken repeatedly. Almost every vocal and methodical work of the XIX century claims to the level of theoretical generalization. “The…

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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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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…

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