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  • samuel ofem musical instrument
    hw can i learn musical instrument and singing
    22 November 2012Comment  View All 4 Answers
    • andy chuks where do you stay?
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    • samuel ofem I leave in lagos
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  • grace-joy chinenyeze musical instruments
    how do i learn piano?
    10 April 2012Comment
    • andy chuks Enroll for a music class in any music training centre near you.
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    • williams sodic or you can buy a text to help you do that (smallwood piano tutor)
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  • ogugua belonwu Recommend a piano school
    Am interested in learning a musical instrument - piano. Kindly recommend a piano training school preferably in Enugu. What is the usual duration for one to learn how to play proficiently?
    01 November 2011Comment
    • Chizzy Rose Don't know of any training school but you can check Golden Music Complex - Lesson Center 132 Agbani Road by Amokwe Bus Stop Enugu
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    • ogugua belonwu thanks will check it out!
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  • JP Williams History of Music
    Pre-Renaissance Music: The Evolution of Instruments and Theory Prehistoric Music The earliest forms of music were probably drum-based, percussion instruments being the most readily available at the time (i.e. rocks, sticks). These simplest of simple instruments are thought to have been used in religious ceremonies as representations of animals. There... Read All
    29 January 2011Comment
    • pronab modak Relly its very good knowledge about to know history of music
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  • JP Williams Styles of Music
    BAROQUE STYLE For its time, Baroque was crazy and uninhibited. The music of this period is emotional and filled with little frills and decorations that shocked and amazed its listeners. Baroque was often fast paced with great and quick use of scales and violent changes in volume and melody. Today you might not think of it as an exciting type of music,... Read All
    29 January 2011Comment
  • Sonayon Oluwatoebby Advise 4 improvement
    My friend advise me 2 be drinking cold water, but i didn't know maybe is useful 4 my voice rehalzer
    30 October 2010Comment
    • ogugua belonwu cant really say but i pretty doubt if cold water enhances one's voice
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  • JP Williams How to Sing Well
    Some people are born with the gift of song, it comes naturally to them, flowing from their mouths like vocal poetry—music to the ears. For others, it is not such an easy feat. Years of practice training and hard work are dedicated to perfecting their voice all the while in search of that highly coveted “perfect pitch.” If you... Read All
    06 October 2010Comment  View All 10 Answers
    • JP Williams I think in that case you should beg your organist to practise with him/her, you change notes because you are not conversant with the parts or the music. If you sing treble, soprano, tenor, alto etc practice with the organist or an experienced singer in your part and learn how to maintain singing with same part and stop changing notes. Try and be composed.... Read All
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  • ogugua belonwu Onion, Ginger and garlic
    A friend recommended more of onions, ginger and garlic for my voice. Do they really help in voice training? Thanks
    01 October 2010Comment
    • andy chuks I know ginger does help am not too sure on others
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  • JP Williams Classical Music - History and Features
    According to Wikipedia Classical music is the art music produced in, or rooted in, the traditions of Western liturgical and secular music, encompassing a broad period from roughly the 9th century to present times. The central norms of this tradition became codified between 1550 and 1900, which is known as the common practice period. European music... Read All
    27 September 2010Comment
  • david rotimi Music forms
    Aah i still need five questions and answers on music forms and according to what i was given under it is Motives,phrases and sentences -Binary -Tenary -Rondo -variation
    14 September 2010Comment
  • david rotimi Literature of music history
    i STILL NEED FIVE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS on the classical and romantic periods,characteristics,composers and their works at least two works
    14 September 2010Comment
    • JP Williams Question: What era/period did classical music evolved. Answer: from about 1750 to 1820 Question: Classical Music was popular among? Answer: The Elites Question: Romantic period was characterised with? Answer: it was characterized by increased attention to an extended melodic line, as well as expressive and emotional elements, paralleling romanticism... Read All
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  • david rotimi Literature of music history
    Please i need five questions and answers on this topic based on the baroque period,the characteristics,composers and thei rworks
    14 September 2010Comment
  • holahbeeyee xtarh i wanna know
    i realize i can sing, but when i am with microphone i dont know what happens, i can really sing, what am i to do?
    04 September 2010Comment
    • andy chuks What happens exactly when you are on Mic?
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  • agbaje godwin voice training
    how do i train my voice
    25 August 2010Comment
    • andy chuks To train your Voice I think you should - Begin with Basic solfege notes: "do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do," while ascending the pitches along with a piano or keyboard accordingly. The object is to decline back down to the pitch "do," by singing "do, ti, la, so, fa, mi, re, do." - Sing "mi-mommey-made-me-eat-my-m&ms"... Read All
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  • JP Williams The Grand Staff
    When the bass and treble clef are combined and connected by a brace (left) and lines, they become the grand staff. This greatly increases the range of pitches that can be noted, and is often used in piano music, due to the piano's wide range.
    15 August 2010Comment
  • JP Williams Clefs: C Clef
    The C clef can move on the staff, and the center of the symbol is always over C. Depending on where it is, it is given different names. The note beside each clef is C. These clefs are used very infrequently.
    15 August 2010Comment
  • JP Williams Clefs: Base Clef
    The bass clef (pronounced "Base"), also known as the F clef because it locates the line known as F, is on the far left. The bass clef uses the same musical alphabet as treble, but the letters start in different places. Instead of an E, the bottom line is a G, and the letters proceed logically from there. Again, simple mnemonics can be used... Read All
    15 August 2010Comment
  • JP Williams Clefs: The Treble Clef
    The treble clef (the large fancy symbol to the far left) shows the musician that the staff is treble. Since it curls around the G line, it is also called a G clef. The treble staff begins with the first line as E. Each successive space and line is the next letter in the musical alphabet. The staff ends with the last line as an F. Many mnemonic devices... Read All
    15 August 2010Comment