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Hello and welcome to your pianoforte learning program.
Here you will learn how to read music and interpret it using the pianoforte.
My name is Léopold MANDENG, I work as Secretary General of "AGUIMUCLA", structure responsible for the organization of classical music competitions in Yaoundé and Douala in Cameroon, in the region of Central Africa.
I have been interested in pianoforte for 25 years, and the first movement of Sonata N ° 14 of "Moonlight Sonata" by Ludwig Van Beethoven, Opus 27 N ° 2, is the catalyst.
I am a technical supervisor and teacher of music theory and piano within the musical structure "Le Doigté". In addition, I provide music lessons in private establishments in Yaoundé, as well as with individuals for 7 years.
With the families of our pianoforte learners we gave a show for the orphans of SOS Children's Village in Mbalmayo, not far from Yaoundé.
I am also a specialist in classical and modern humanities, and a programmer analyst.
I also work as a computer teacher and occupy the function of general supervisor, position from which I manage the students in a bilingual college instead.
Many people, when you tell them that you are a music teacher, and especially a piano teacher, they are immediately interested, and they say: "I want to learn". But in most cases you will never see them again. Why ?
The most important factor: time! , They have no time. But behind this pretext is very often a glaring lack of will.
But then when there is only one grain of will! So it is the costs very often related to travel to take lessons, which are lacking.
And even if he could have an arrangement because of the travel of both the teacher and the learner, we will soon fall back on the prices of the courses.
These online courses are sure to remedy most of these shortcomings.
Then you will necessarily have to bring:
If not for a start, bring a 5-octave synthesizer, the choice of Yamaha would be wise for this purpose, for the nuances at the keys. Or then any other synthesizer that could be as close as possible to a pianoforte . An electro-acoustic piano would be just as welcome.
Otherwise anything else that could serve as a regular beat like an alarm clock for example.
which is music writing and reading software, or any other software of the same ilk would be welcome. (Besides, you will be shown how to use it).
The manuals which will constitute the main part of our courses which revolve around:
Musical Reading Are:
Teachers' association of the CNR of Lyon. (nd). Study of Rhythm. Paris: Editions M. COMBRE.
DANHAUSER, A. (1929). Music theory. Paris: Editions Henry Lemoine.
HANON, CL (1923 - 1929). The Virtuoso Pianist. Brussels: SCHOTT FRERES.
HEUMANN, HG (nd). Children's classic piano. Paris: Editions Henry Lemoine.
Musikpourtous. (nd). https://sites.google.com/site/musikpourtous/-nfos-diverses/a-quoi-s . Accessed April 17, 2016, at https://sites.google.com/site/musikpourtous/-nfos-diverses/a-quoi-s
Velde, EV (2005). Rose method. Paris: Van de Velde Publishing.
Wikihow. (2016, April 17). http://fr.wikihow.com/lire-des-partitions-de-piano . Accessed April 17, 2016, at www.wikihow.com: http://fr.wikihow.com/lire-des-partitions-de-piano
Wikipedia. (2016, March 13). http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piano. Accessed April 12, 2016, at www.wikipedia.org: http://wikipedia.org
Profile of the ideal learner
We recommend you :
Regularity in daily work You will have to:
Have your own personal work space
Have a minimum of one hour of daily practice, and 30 minutes for those who have never touched a piano instrument before
Enjoy a calm and serene setting
Has a musical intelligence equivalent to that of an average child of at least 7 years old
Possibly liked a minimum of mathematics.
If you think you are the pianist or virtuoso that humanity is waiting for, then welcome to this program!
What will you learn
Demystifying the pianoforte instrument
Popularize the pianoforte instrument
Encourage everyone to practice the pianoforte instrument
Enjoy the benefits of musical and instrumental practice, in this case, the pianoforte.
At the end of this apprenticeship, you will be able to
To read the musical notes in the key of G and F.
To interpret the elementary signs of a score
Apply this interpretation on the pianoforte
To play with both hands at the same time
To play to the beat of the round, white and black beats.
Read and write scores for yourself.
To play small piano pieces of levels 5, 6, and 7 according to the nomenclatures of the different editions of piano competitions held around the world.
The benefits of learning music for a young person:
“Music has only positive effects on the child's development. Research often goes in the same direction: music programs at school or specialized schools lead children to perform better in other subjects. The child learns to listen to his game, to coordinate his movements, to develop his memory, to refine his sensitivity, to externalize himself. He derives satisfaction and pride from it, and thereby increases his self-esteem. ”Nicole MALENFANT, The baby's awakening to sounds and music , Presses de l'Université Laval
Musical training leads students to develop various skills in the intellectual, personal, emotional, physical and cultural fields.