Conductor Igor Blazhkov - about Stravinsky, about modern music, about Shostakovich and about himself
Mravinsky’s pupil Igor Blazhkov, who recently celebrated his eightieth birthday, is known to a whole generation of Soviet music lovers as one of the main propagandists of “new music” in…

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Golubkova V.V: “Retrospective analysis of foreign methods for choral music making”
This article emphasizes the importance of the methodology of musical pedagogy of the twentieth century in the study of musical and aesthetic education of children. In the field of musical…

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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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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 on behalf of Leo Arno the story of the creation of this masterpiece.

Broussard’s journalist told us that Maurice Ravel wrote a melody with flamingos (Flamenca). Continue reading

About pianist Alexei Panov

December 3, in the Spanish Hall of Prague Castle, an evening concert was held with the participation of the Czech Virtuosi chamber orchestra, in which the famous pianist and conductor, International Competition winner Alexei Panov (Moscow) performed Concert No.24 for piano and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s orchestra . Behind the conductor’s desk was Ondrej Vrabec (Czech Republic). The organizer of the annual event was the “United Society of the Blind and Visually Impaired in the Czech Republic”. 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

TEACH CHILDREN MUSIC!
I think that I will not be mistaken in saying that many parents of preschool children are thinking about how to develop a child, how to determine his abilities, what…

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Chamber evening
I was lucky to be a guest of the world opera star at her chamber concert in the Small Philharmonic Hall. Veronika Dzhioeva sang Russian music. Glinka, Varlamov, Bulakhov, Dargomyzhsky,…

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VIOLINING SONATES OF ARCANGELLO CORELLA IN THE MIRROR OF HIS PERSONALITY
Arcangelo Corelli was fortunate enough to live in an era when instrumental music and instrumental performing arts began to occupy a place that previously belonged completely to the opera. Composers…

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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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