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Heitor Villa-Lobos once described the sheer quantity of his compositional output – nearly one thousand works including operas, orchestral, choral and chamber compositions – as “the fruits of an extensive, generous, and warm land.”  This land was Brazil, where Villa-Lobos grew up in the city
  Our Flash Keyboard can help your understanding of this area.   An interval is the distance between pitches. Intervals have a number and a prefix. The number represents the number of pitch names (A,B,C,D,E,F,G) from the first to the second pitch. For example, the whole step F to G contains t
If you have ever sung in a choir or taken voice lessons before, you have probably sung the major scale using solfege syllables. There are 7 unique pitches in this scale.   Major Scale With Solfege Syllables   As singers, we use solfege in sight singing and ear training practice. If these so
If you’re a studio engineer or a classically-trained musician, you almost certainly know a bit about ear training. But most people don’t know what ear training is – an incredibly useful technique to enhance the way you experience and understand music and sound!   What is ear training not?
It is believed that the violin originated from Italy in the early 1500s. It appears to have evolved from the fiddle and rebec, both were bowed string instruments from the Medieval period. The violin is also believed to have emerged from the lira da braccio, a violin-like instrument of the Renais
What is a scale? The easiest way to explain scales is like a collection of notes that of a musical reason have been grouped together. The benefit of knowing scales in music is that you know how to orient yourself among notes. This will among other things give you a foundation for improvising – not
I always tell my students and clients that there's truly nothing more important than being a great performer. Your talent can be mediocre. Your looks can be average. Even your music can be so-so. But your performance has to be electric if you want to get noticed and engage your audience. Sta
This article was originally published by backstage.com   Tight throat when you perform? Here’s the answer.   Our brains do crazy things to our bodies when we’re nervous. How many of you have experienced shaking limbs, sweaty palms, and panicked breathing when the pressure is on? For a sing
Ogirinally published at https://www.backstage.com By Arden Kaywin | I think most architects would agree that when it comes to building a house, getting the foundation right is the most important part. Without it, the building will not stand (at least not for long). In the same way, breath suppo
Five Notes Will Change Your Life: Pentatonic Scales by Musical U Team | Aug 23, 2017 | Pentatonic, Scales, Solfa | Major scales, natural minor scales, harmonic minor scales, melodic minor scales, chromatic scales, diminished scales, Lydian augmented scales… Scales, scales, scales! Just h
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