Music lessons in an ordinary school for most of us were reduced to an acquaintance with biographies of composers and learning children’s songs. So those whom parents did not give to the nearest “music school” as a child, do not know anything about their music except their names – “do-re-mi-fa-so-la-si.” The sheet with music notes is seen far from music to people a real letter, which is understood only by the initiates. If you decide to play the piano or synthesizer seriously, you need to learn to recognize the notes. Knowledge of the music language will allow you to freely navigate the world of sounds and learn any work you like.
How to learn to play the notes on the piano?
First of all, you need to study the keyboard well and remember where that note is located. Moving on the keyboard from left to right many keys begin with a mostly white, indicating a letter “before.” It is located in front of a pair of black keys, when pressed, gives a heavy, low sound. Next is the “re” key, then “mi,” and so on. After the final “is” scale, the initial “up” of the next octave is again. It should be noted that all of its sounds will be higher in tone.
Play the notes in direct sequence.
Then take them in the reverse order – “before, si, la, salt, fa, mi, re, before.”
Then play the notes in the ascending movement through one “do-mi, re-fi, mi-salt, fa-la,” after – through one in the descending movement “do-la, si-salt, la-la”.
Perform the scale in the ascending and descending directions, “jumping” after only two notes.
This exercise will allow you to independently learn to distinguish the sound of the notes and their location on the keys. Note that learning from an experienced piano tutor will allow you to master the material faster and more efficiently.
Now let’s look at how notes are written
If you open a music notebook, you will see that there are horizontal lines on the sheets in five lines. These are the Bostonians, who are also called musical staves. How to use them correctly? With the help of special symbols, the sound sequence of notes is recorded on them. With Bergeron knows you will know the best.
The notes consist of the following parts: a flag, a calm and ahead. Depending on the longitude of the sound, the “head” part of the note is empty or shaded. The position of the musical head on the lines of the mill shows the pitch of the sound, the sequence of letters determines the order of their performance by the pianist. The vertical lines separating the notes represent the segments-bars.
A string is opened with a treble clef that determines the pitch of notes. The treble clef starts a string intended for playing with the right hand, for the left side the lines beginning with the bass key.