I suddenly just what note I was hearing, as if I were recognizing colors that I saw.
It was like gaining eyesight after a lifetime of blindness!
“Soft Way to Mozart/Camino suave hacia Mozart” es un plan de estudios que abarca la educación musical para todas las edades a partir de 24 meses, y luego en los niveles de primaria y secundaria.
Se compone de los siguientes componentes: Puedes encontrar la lista de artículos en nuestra Tienda y puede comprarlos en el área de descarga y/o en la versión en paquete con los CDs y los demás materiales.
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Hellene Hiner, Nikolai Kurdyumov Translation and editing by Valery Pinchuk Illustrations by Nikolai Krutikov When I was seven years old, I experienced my very first and most bitter disappointment. So much so, that I even dreamed of going to music school and learning to play the piano.
These were two different types of “Music”: one was fun and easy, and the other was demanding and boring. It came to such a point that she got a piece of paper and wrote out the entire song with the Russian names for each note, marking each word-note with the corresponding number for which finger I needed to play it with.
I bought the apples for one price and sold them for the other, carefully pocketing the difference.” “And then what?
We got to dance, clapped to all sorts of rhythms, and even sang our favorite songs.
There wasn’t any sheet music, plus, it was all super easy. At home, Mom struggled right along with me, but she wasn’t much help; she didn’t know the notes any better than I.
Pensamos que es pueril simplificar la notación musical y empezar con las notas musicales originales.
Sin embargo, aprender a tocar el piano y leer música al mismo tiempo es, sin duda, una "multitarea".