The Pianist’s Posture A musicians profession without a doubt, is an activity of high performance. In the intellectual, physical and psychic aspects: the pressure, tension and stress of rehearsals, the daily practice, the analysis of musical structures. The activity of shows and concerts, and the irregular hours of meals and sleep, take this professional to
How Is The Piano Headstock? In today’s article, we will analyze something very important for the repair of pianos. It is the anatomy of the piano headstock because of the consultation referred by a piano teacher. This is a piece about which we know little or we have erroneous knowledge and we do not know
Piano Movies You Should Watch Recently we learned to improvise in music in a more natural way. Now we’ll see which musical instruments are best suited for children. How about starting the week with the coolest piano movies of all time? We’ve prepared a selection of great hits for you to remember or review and
How Is The Piano Sound Generated In today’s article, we will briefly analyze how piano sound is generated and amplified. That is to say how is the whole process how in a grand piano it vibrates a string. And how that vibration transmits and amplified to the harmonic table. That is precisely in charge of amplifying
Tips for Piano Tuning Stability In this article we are going to deal with a subject called stability in piano tuning. This concept refers to how stable the piano tuning is after you or the piano tuner has made it. How long the piano tuning remains stable without major modifications. One of the most common
Is The Piano An In-Harmonic Instrument Responding to the question with which we title this article, we will begin by affirming that. In effect, the piano is an inharmonious instrument. This idea may surprise and even scandalize many pianists and piano music lovers. Who, in general, have not studied in depth the causes of this
Ondas Martenot A Very Particular Piano The Ondas Martenot piano is an electronic keyboard instrument designed and built by the cellist of the same name. The Frenchman Maurice Martenot (Paris 1898-Clichy 1980) began his musical education at an early age. Giving his first cello concert at the age of nine accompanied by his sister Ginette.
Piano Blues And Boogie-Woogie Blues is a style of American music that emerged in the early 20th century. And served as the basis for modern styles such as rhythm-and-blues and rock-and-roll. The blues also maintained a strong correlation with other musical styles such as gospel, country and jazz. Many blues singers learned to sing in