SPAIN!!! Homeland of great sailors, ancient chivalric novels, roguish literature. Land of Cervantes, Velazquez, Goya … A country of unquenchable temperament, openness and Honor. Where else can you meet such cheerfulness ?! For the Spaniard, evening is not a preparation for bedtime, but the beginning of revelry! Songs, dances, flamenco … Many believe that the music of Spain is the best in the world. Here and only here a guitar could be born! We will tell you about the great Spanish guitarist Andres Segovia Torres (1893-1987), a man of legend. He was lucky to be born in Spain, in the small Andalusian town of Linares, to absorb the rich history, culture, traditions of this country. For nearly a hundred years, he lived with Spain in his heart and with all of humanity in his soul, serving one lady – the Guitar. Continue reading
There is an expression that we all come from childhood. And it is true. All the emotions and experiences a child receives in childhood leave an almost indelible imprint on his adult life. Negative childhood emotions, such as fear, guilt and shame, unnatural restraint, which “grew up” along with their owner, are very difficult to correct. Of course, with the competent work of experienced specialists, there is an opportunity to fix a lot, however, it is easier to prevent than to treat already formed neuroses and depression.
WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT TO SING LULLABIES TO THE CHILD? It is a known fact that a small child identifies itself with a mother for a very long time. And this is not surprising. At first, for nine months, the baby and mother are in close contact, being essentially one. The whole life of a little man depends on his mother. While still in the womb, the baby is already experiencing its first emotions, both positive and negative. If the mother is happy, then this joy is transmitted to him, and if she is depressed and oppressed, he experiences fear. That is why the therapy of childhood fears should begin even during fetal development. Do not underestimate this period of human life. Continue reading
But this is bad luck: to write briefly, interestingly and readily about what is happening in modern music. Yes, so write so that the thinking reader makes something out for himself, while the other at least read to the end. Otherwise, what’s going on with music today? What? – asks another. Composers – compose, performers – play, listeners – listen, students – …, – and everything is fine! So there is a lot of it, music, so much that you won’t listen to it all. This is true: wherever you come, something climbs into your ears. Therefore, many are “discovered” and listen to what he personally needs.
COMBINATION OR DIVERSITY? And music has one feature: it is able to unite and make huge human masses experience the same and very strong emotions. And this applies both to songs, marches, dances, and to symphonies and operas, too. It’s just worth recalling the song “Victory Day” and “Leningrad Symphony” by Shostakovich and wondering: what kind of music today can unite and unite? The answer will probably be sad: the one under which you can stomp your feet, clap your hands, jump and have fun “until you drop.” Music of strong emotions and emotions today on the sidelines. Continue reading