Nicole plays a couple pieces in our fall concert 2019: Here is one of them: John Legend’s “All of Me”.
Solfège, solfeggio, or so-fa names – they all refer to the same thing – the system of singing notes of a scale in “Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti”. Remember the song in “The Sound of Music”? Like “do, a deer, a female deer; (Re!) ray, a drop of golden sun”? … Yes, whenever… Continue reading What is solfège?
There is a general misconception about classical music. “It’s boring.” “It’s for the elite.” (“high-class”). “It’s old. Who wants to listen to that?” “I don’t understand it.” “I don’t play an instrument, so I don’t get it.” Classical music is just another music genre, like jazz, hip hop, rock, pop, world. Of course, in the… Continue reading Classical Music: Sacred or Scary?
Zachary plays a duet “Little Dog” with me. Find our Music on Wings Books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2XmwcQs
For those who are interested in learning more about piano playing, teaching or music learning, here is a short Selected Book List for your reading interest and pleasure: FOR SERIOUS PIANISTS AND PIANO TEACHERS PIANO HISTORY –Title: The New Grove: The PianoPublishing Information: W.W. Norton and Company, New York, London. PIANO TECHNIQUE –Title: On Piano… Continue reading Music Reference Books