I do not study music, and I do not know how to play any instrument .... I know this "music" is meaningless / without musicality but I wanted your opinion ... (I'm using Google translator, I do not know English)
can someone make sheet music to this, IMAGINE DRAGONS - DEMONS - EASY PIANO TUTORIAL BY PLUTAX - SYNTHESIA (for some reason its not letting me share the link so just copy whats capitalized and search it up on youtube) . please make sure its the same version as the one in the link. please someone make sheet music for this song. thank you.
Few days ago, my daughter (6 years old) visited an exam at music school. I was there. And I remembered the atmosphere of my childhood. When I was 10, I was studying at Music School.
It was time of musician-friends, nice time after school... Also it was 3 hours of piano playing per day (and it was very boring compositions). Solfege, where we tried to repeat very incomprehensible parts from Gluk music.
And I'm sad about it. I made the decision: If she passes the exam or not, I'll not let her attend music school. On the contrary, I'll hire a personal teacher. And this teacher will not only teach her play, but teach her love to play. The goal is not to bring a world-star pianist. The goal is in 12-15 years she should be a music lover. She should love to play in 17-18-19 years old. Not to be like a 90% of graduates, who hate to play music after music school.
But it's about Russian musical school systems. But for me it's interesting: What's with Europe music schools?
Is it as boring as in Russia? Have you a problem, that 90% of children hate playing music after music school?
Can I get some feedback on this, please? Specifically:
1) Piano players: Am I doing the pedal stuff correctly? I never got far enough along in my "homemade" piano lessons (self-teaching lol) to learn how to use the pedal.
2) People with music theory smarts: Help me pick out any horrible mistakes in chords/voice leading?
...and now we're at 101. :D
Hi, greeting from Brazil ^^
I'm a beginner composer and want to know the opinion of someone who understands about music. What I know about music, I learned in Musescore or wikipedia texts on the internet.