We send a child to a music school: what you need to know?
In the life of any parents, there comes a period when representatives of the younger generation of the family need to be identified in the world of various hobbies -…

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Throat singing
Throat singing, or “two-voice solo”, the primary owners of which are the peoples of the Sayan-Altai region, Bashkiria and Tibet, awakens a lot of mixed emotions in a person. At…

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Singing a chorus: what do you need and what methods to use?
Choral performance has a strong impact on a wide audience of listeners. To achieve this result, you have to work hard. It is necessary to conduct regular regular rehearsals -…

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Famous arias from Verdi’s operas

Giuseppe Verdi is a master of musical drama. The tragedy is inherent in his operas: they have a fatal love or love triangle, a curse and revenge, moral choice and betrayal, vivid feelings and almost indispensable death of one or even several heroes in the finale. The composer adhered to the tradition established in the Italian opera – to rely on the singing voice in opera action. Often opera parties were created specifically for specific performers, and then they began to live their own lives, going beyond the theater. Such are many arias from Verdi’s operas, which were included in the repertoire of outstanding singers as independent musical numbers. Here is some of them.

“RITORNA VINCITOR!” (“GO BETWEEN VICTORY TO US …”) – AIDA ARIA FROM “AIDA” OPERA When Verdi was asked to write an opera for the opening of the Suez Canal, he first refused, but then changed his mind and literally a few months later appeared “Aida” – a sad story-tale about the love of the Egyptian military leader Radames and the slave Aida, daughter of the king of Ethiopia, hostile to Egypt. Continue reading

History of Gregorian chants
Gregorian chorales, Gregorian chants ... Most of us automatically associate these words with the Middle Ages (and rightly so). But the roots of this liturgical chant go back to the…

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History of Gregorian chants
Gregorian chorales, Gregorian chants ... Most of us automatically associate these words with the Middle Ages (and rightly so). But the roots of this liturgical chant go back to the…

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Music-Education.ruVocal and singing Male and female singing voices
All singing voices are divided into female, male and children's. The main female voices are soprano, mezzo-soprano and contralto, and the most common male voices are tenor, baritone and bass.…

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Throat singing
Throat singing, or “two-voice solo”, the primary owners of which are the peoples of the Sayan-Altai region, Bashkiria and Tibet, awakens a lot of mixed emotions in a person. At…

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