piano brazil Santo Ângelo, Rio Grande do Sul No.34 +6
Without music, life would be a mistake" - Albert Einstein
imslp.org → The International Music Score Library Project. The logo on the main page was taken from the beginning of the very first printed book of music, the Harmonice Musices Odhecaton. It was published in Venice in 1501 by Ottaviano Petrucci, the library's namesake. Here you can find about any score provided its copyright has expired. They also have free recordings.
→ Pianist Magazine's channel. They have lessons on technique for all levels: thrills, dynamics, pedals, you name it.https://www.youtube.com/user/PaulBartonPiano
→ Paul Barton's channel. Lessons here and there, videos featuring aerial perspective of the keyboard, among other things.https://www.youtube.com/user/MMFmasterclass/
→ Masterclasses on violin, cello, piano, flute, and trumpet.https://www.youtube.com/user/OrchestrationOnline/
→ All things orchestration
→ The market's leading notation software, it features a magnetic layout that saves you quite a lot of time and has it's more intutive than its main rival (Finale) once you have memorized the main keyboard shortcuts. Sibelius has its own library, which isn't good but definitely better than midi playback.https://musescore.org/en
————————→ Freeware notation software (don't expect much)https://www.finalemusic.com/products/finale-notepad/ https://www.risingsoftware.com/auralia/
→ Ear training software. The exercises in Auralia are perfect for all developing musicians, from beginners to advanced students. Its latest version has an easy-to-use inferface and features real recordings. it is perfect for improving your pitch and sight-singing.
→ Flash app for ear traning if you can't afford Auralia
piano brazil Santo Ângelo, Rio Grande do Sul No.35
I will add some composition resources later for those interested
random american poster San Antonio, Texas No.37
im still practicing every day
I just finished learning every piece in a childs music book sight reading most of them
now I have another one that is slightly more advanced
I will look at these resources
I have already watched most of those youtube channels videos
piano brazil Santo Ângelo, Rio Grande do Sul No.41 +1
What exactly have you succesfully tackled so far, for reference?
random indian poster Chennai, Tamil Nadu No.48
I want to make music with python
Make music on your computer with SC and Python random indian poster Chennai, Tamil Nadu No.50
random american poster San Antonio, Texas No.57
a significant amount of the time I have been learning has been wasted attempting to play pieces that are far above beginner level
like pieces from the anna magdalena notebook and leopold mozart minuets
I got a few books that have really short simple exercise like pieces that help me build muscle memory of finding the keys on the piano
I got the John W. Schaum piano course A - the red book
I finished the book before it that was called "pre-A"
and Adult all in one course (the alfred book)
I should be progressing through these really fast but I am not properly allocating time to practice (ideally 4 hours a day)
random american poster San Antonio, Texas No.58
okay I guess those pieces I mentioned are beginner level but at the time I was attempting I barely knew the bass clef and was no where near ready
I have the first half of this piece memorized and can play it in tempo
but I am unable to read along while playing because my brain cant comprehend that many notes on both clefs at the same time yet
piano brazil Santo Ângelo, Rio Grande do Sul No.59
You need to keep in mind that your sight-reading will never be on par with your playing from memory, Feasties. It doesn't mean you should neglect it, of course, but rather keep the material you use for each separate. As for reading multiple notes at once, try to think of the score as a continuous system with 10 lines rather than two separate staffs. It's the same as hand independence: you are trying to convince your brain that you are doing one complex thing rather than two separate things, only here you have to do it ahead of time.
As for trying to play pieces out of your league… you won't be motivated if all you play are child pieces and sterile mechanical studies.
random american poster San Antonio, Texas No.62
I usually have been spending my entire practice time lately doing sight reading
im going to work on finishing the mozart menuet as well
piano brazil Santo Ângelo, Rio Grande do Sul No.67
I wouldn't recommend jumping into composition without prior experience in performance.
random indian poster Chennai, Tamil Nadu No.68
random american poster San Antonio, Texas No.90 +2
vastra needs to practice
Suave (muokattu) Aves, Porto No.91 +2
I was thinking of creating a thread specified on lithurgic music but i think the discussion on that subject could apply to this thread as well.
Currently i've been around the Codex Calixtinus from Santiago de Compostela. Some scholars argue that it was some of the first pieces in europe to use poliphony but others disregard that theory
I guess we could also discuss music history in this thread but i gotta say that even tough i research for a lot of music in this genre i still have few knowledge on the formal constructions of the said musical pieces.
Anyways, i'll post a lithurgic hymn dedicated to the pilgrims of Santiago
piano brazil Santo Ângelo, Rio Grande do Sul No.95
>>91>Some scholars argue that it was some of the first pieces in europe to use poliphony but others disregard that theory
This would be the first one if 3rds and 4ths are enough to go by
>i still have few knowledge on the formal constructions of the said musical pieces
Cantus firmus? Try Fux's Gradus ad Parnassum, it will give you a better grasp of polyphony http://ks.imslp.net/files/imglnks/usimg/3/31/IMSLP370587-PMLP187246-practicalrulesfo00fuxj.pdf
dead ass (muokattu) Pompano Beach, Florida No.96
played piano for 7 years
then fucking dropped lol
random american poster San Antonio, Texas No.97
vastra Lund, Skåne No.112
i'm pretty sure Plato was angry about polyphony already in his day
Jonkeer Jaap de Jong Edinburgh, Edinburgh No.177
I LIKE HanDEL
the american christcuck Spicewood, Texas No.218
I have been playing piano for about half a year now
the german durstig junge Berlin, Berlin No.307
I have a new piano teacher and practiced Rachmaninoff Moments Musicaux Nr. 3/4 with him. Better than the previous but still be missed.
Vastra Lund, Skane lan No.308
the german kirinorway Berlin, Berlin No.311
I don't know
I was just ditched
Vastra Goeteborg, Vastra Gotalands lan No.312
no teachers will have me
Vastra Lund, Skane lan No.317
i went to a teacher today
he was my age and had an electronic keyboard
i'll have to keep looking
Burgerking !PREmemertI Portsmouth, Ohio No.319
what do you guys think of old hammond/wurlitzur electric organs
i dont have the space for anything bigger and i see them in thrift stores a lot for cheap
Vastra Lund, Skane lan No.320
is it to much to ask for that you get some former great concert pianist who decides to take you on simply because he sees the enormous talent within you
piano brazil Santo Angelo, Rio Grande do Sul No.321 +1
Do you have the reach to play the nastiest chords without much pain?>>320
Yes, it is>>319
How old are we talking? It's difficult for me to say, so far the only electric organ that sounds remotely like the real thing (as in emulating changes of windchest pressure caused by the air pressure dropping slightly when many notes are sounding simultaneously to some degree) are those behemoths Johannus makes. I don't think there is much difference between sample based organs (hammond, gambitt, yamaha, etc) but you won't have the motivation to practice if you get yourself a literal doorbell with keys. Try them on first and if you can stomach the sound, buy it.
Marzipan Berlin, Berlin No.322 +1
I only can't reach one of the chords, my reach is from c' to e''
vastra Ulricehamn, Vastra Gotalands lan No.328 +2
bateman London, England No.333 +1
the austrian avian Innsbruck, Tirol No.353 +1
That is a terrible song. Completly amusical guy.
chad but also a virgin Carnaxide, Lisboa No.381 +2
I bought a shitty casio keyboard
Im somewhat interested at getting good at this
the german nerd Reinbek, Schleswig-Holstein No.432
if you press it only lightly, does it sound quiter?
the portuguese piteå Lisbon, Lisboa No.502
no, its a low end one
sorry for the late reply
the german autist Hamburg, Hamburg No.524
opiniones on khachaturjan?