When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Music Classroom

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Music Classroom. Get inspired and try out new things.

What is Basic Music Theory?

Having played the piano for over 25 years, I have had some exposure to what we call music theory. As a piano teacher, I have had ample opportunity to describe to many new students exactly what music theory is and the basics of it. So what is basic music theory? The basics of music theory […]

More information...

Music Notation: Dynamic Markings

Dynamics (how loudly or softly something is played) is a huge component of the expressive power of music…

More information...

Your Essential Classical Music CDs Collection

So you want to start listening to classical music, but don't know where to begin? Here's our list of the ten essential CDs that every classical music fan should have -- if you're only going to buy ten classical CDs in your life, they should be these ten. Our list provides a sampling of the greatest works from a wide variety of styles and time periods. There are roaring symphonies and intimate chamber works, old-fashioned Baroque music, a scandalous twentieth century piece, and everything in between. You're bound to fall in love with at least a couple of works on this list, and when you do, you can follow the links at the bottom of each description to find pages of similar works by composer, era, or genre. These works are all among the most popular pieces performed today, and there are dozens -- if not hundreds -- of recordings of each. In choosing our recommended recordings, we have kept one eye on the quality of the performance and the other on the price. Most of the CDs in this list are "mid-priced" ($10-$12 each, or $16-$20 for a two-disc set). The recordings that are "full price" ($15-$18) are here because we feel they are so special that even a beginner will appreciate their unique qualities A symphony is a multi-movement work for full orchestra. A typical symphony has four movements. The first movement is usually fast and contains two or three themes that are repeated and developed throughout the movement. The second movement is usually slow and lyrical, while the third movement is in a dance style such as waltz, minuet, or scherzo. The finale may ta ke on any of a number of forms, including theme and variations, rondo (one repeated theme and a number of unrelated themes), or the same form as the first movement. The symphony developed in the first half of the eighteenth century from the Italian opera overture (called sinfonia). In the second half of the century, Haydn, Mozart, and Beethovenperfected what we now call the Classical symphonic style. Mozart wrote 41 symphonies, and Haydn, the "father of the symphony," wrote 106. Beethoven wrote only nine, but they were so revolutionary that his shadow loomed over all symphony composers for the next hundred years. (Brahms in particular was so intimidated that he didn't write a symphony until he was forty.) The nineteenth century was a golden age for the symphony: one could not be accepted as a truly great composer without having written one. As composers in the twentieth century began to break away from the accepted notions of harmony, they also began to experiment with new forms, and the symphony lost some of its prestige and popularity. However, in today's concert halls the symphony is still king; hardly a program is played that does not feature one. More Info : http://www.classicalcdguide.com/

More information...

Sight-Reading Sheet Music Exercises From Notebusters, Section 5

Notebusters is a music workbook designed to increase your ability to read sheet music faster. Notebusters contains 240 exercises covering over 30 notes.

More information...

Ritmograma Percussió corporal - DANCE MONKEY (Tones and I)

Treballem la percussió corporal i les figures musicals amb el ritmograma de la cançó "Dance Monkey" de Tones and I.

More information...


Las SÍLABAS RÍTMICAS son sílabas que asociamos a las figuras y grupos rítmicos para facilitarnos el aprendizaje de su interpretación a través de su lectura. Es decir, nos ayudan a identificar cómo debe sonar el ritmo a través del lenguaje oral que nos es mucho más familiar.

More information...
Snap Back
Snap Back saved to K O H

More related to Music Classroom

More like this