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I recalled a curious episode: a colleague had to speak at continuing education courses for school teachers. Teachers ordered a topic more than a specific one – the algorithm of musical influence on the listener. I don’t know how she, poor, got out! After all, what kind of algorithm is there – a continuous “stream of consciousness”! Is it possible to fix emotions in a strictly defined sequence, when one “floats” onto the other, hurries to force out, and there is another on the way …
BUT TO LEARN MUSIC – MANDATORY! The Greeks believed that learning should only count, write, take care of physical education, and also develop aesthetically, thanks to music. Rhetoric and logic were among the main subjects a bit later, there is nothing to say about the rest. So the music. It is tempting to talk only about instrumenta 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
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. All sounds that can be sung or played on a musical instrument are high, medium and low. Musicians, when talking about pitch, use the term “register”, meaning whole groups of high, medium, or low sounds. In a global sense, female voices sing the sounds of a high or “upper” register, children’s voices sing the sounds of a middle register, and male voices sing sounds of a low or “lower” register. But this is only partly true, in fact, everything is much more interesting.
Within each of the groups of votes and even within the range of each individual vote, there is also a division into high, medium and low register. So, for example, the tenor is the high male voice, the baritone is the middle, and the bass is low. Continue reading