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
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
It seems to the author of this article that the work on sound production on the cello is a complex large work of the teacher and student, consisting of many stages of the formation of ideas, feelings, skills and accumulated knowledge on this issue.
The sound production of a musician on an instrument, in particular, on a cello, is the musical “philosophy of the performer”. Continue reading