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Barline, Rhythms, and Nature of Songs

Barline, Rhythms, and Nature of Songs

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 2:20 AM , have 0 comments
On the sheet music of a song is usually listed an early sign pre - tone . This sign is known as a sign barline . Barline sign usually consi...
Dynamic Song

Dynamic Song

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 1:48 AM , have 0 comments
Dynamic song here is a sense of power, which is when they sing or play music should pay attention to the power of each tone. Maybe in certai...
Polyrhythms Scales

Polyrhythms Scales

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 8:49 PM , have 0 comments
In the game scales in this case, right and left hand playing different rhythms within the meaning of the word: a unit of time of each voice ...
Multiple Chromatic Scales

Multiple Chromatic Scales

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 8:14 PM , have 0 comments
Scales is played in the form of multiple-terts, there terts small and large terts. In fingering, one of the two sounds played "legato&q...
Piano Chromatic Scales

Piano Chromatic Scales

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 4:11 AM , have 0 comments
Scales consist of tones within -1 / 2, for smooth motion thumb under the other fingers while playing the piano . In the chromatic scales ...
 Fingerings Scales for Piano

Fingerings Scales for Piano

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 3:19 AM , have 0 comments
The placement of the fingers in playing piano is very important, both on a technical exercise ordinary scales or composition. If it is tra...
Minor Scale on the Piano

Minor Scale on the Piano

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 2:09 AM , have 1 comment
In the major and minor scales have the same scales, but these minor scales starting with the 6th floor. Then the 6th floor of the major sca...
New Scales on Piano

New Scales on Piano

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 2:44 AM , have 2 comments
In the previous post, we have little understanding of the basic major scale piano . Indeed, the piano has keys the same, just different ...
Major Scales Piano

Major Scales Piano

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 2:09 AM , have 0 comments
The distance between the two smallest pitch is the distance -1 / 2 (show on piano ef, bc, fis-g, or a-bes ). Two distance -1 / 2 is the di...
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