I need to make my 1& 3 beats in 4/4 time signature expressive. I.e, strong and weak beats. Without using dynamics, is it possible o have a expressive piano ???
Hey has anyone found any score for the sound of music or can make any?? it might be that i am just blind!!
So, I’m not a teacher YET. But I really want to be one. But where do you even start when teaching younger kids piano? Sight reading? Cords? Showing them the notes on the piano? Do things that get them really interested in it first? What do you do? 😅
On my account I have just added a brass fanfare that I also intend to add to my RCM portfolio.
Could I trouble you lot to have a look please?
How do you motivate your students?
Mainly, what do you do to encourage them to practice and progress?
I'd love to learn any ideas or tips regarding this. :D
If you are a piano teacher, you might like to join this group... :D
I would to get some advices because it's my first composition and i need help to improve ;)
Hey Guys ,
I was playing classical music since I was 5 years old until age 17 and after 5 years I decided to go back and play .
the thing is that I never practiced at home . so as I never taught theory .
I would like to receive a recommendation for pieces in medium difficulty so I could play and feel good about it and monitor my progress.
I'm looking at Pieces like Moonlight 3rd movement and Rachmaninoff -loves sorrow - liebesleid which I know are really difficult and I dont want to start them and feel like its too big on me (but after me going back to business I pretty sure I will be able to play them)
Pieces I remember how to play :
Nocturne in C sharp
Yiruma - River Flows in you
Pieces in working on right now :
Prelude in C
yann tiersen comptine d'un autre ete l'apres midi
I found those a little bit hard
Nocturne in E
Moonlight sonata 1st movement
I have been absent on musescore for a long time!
I'm back now :))
So what is your favorite piano repertory? and what interpretation is your favorite?
I'll write mine below.
Please give feedback. Thanks!