By Deborah Jamini
Concord And Composition: fundamentals to Intermediate [Paperback] [Apr 04, 2005] Jamini, Deborah
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The higher the note head, the higher in pitch is the note. Lines and spaces are counted starting from the lowest line or the lowest space. Stems A stem's direction moves toward the center of the staff. Combining the Keyboard and the Page Notes that move by step on the keyboard occur on consecutive lines and spaces on the staff. As notes become higher in pitch, they move up on the page. This corresponds with notes moving to the right on the keyboard. As notes become lower in pitch, they move down on the page.
Make it your goal to develop a rich palette of time-tested techniques, and use this knowledge to discover the best presentation of your own personal style. Were it not for this last step, we never would have had a Mozart, nor, for that matter, a Brahms, a Rachmaninoff, a Gershwin or a Paul Simon, had their goals ended merely in emulating another genius. They continue to inspire us today because they did not stop at just copying someone else who was great. Hopefully, neither will you. Introductory Quiz: Composer or Student?
Hopefully, neither will you. Introductory Quiz: Composer or Student? (These works are performed on the DVD) LEVEL 1 BASICS "THE PIANO IS THE BEST MUSIC TEACHER IN THE BUSINESS. YOU'VE GOT TO KNOW HOW TO GET AROUND THE PIANO IF YOU WANT TO BE GOOD. IT'S SO EASY TO UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU'RE DOING WHEN YOU'RE AT THE KEYBOARD. " - ARTURO SANDOVAL LESSON I Getting Acquainted with the Keyboard and the Page Basic skills that are important to acquire are: (1) reading the music staff; (2) knowing the notes on the keyboard; and (3) coordinating the hands for standard keyboard patterns.