A little girl falls from the sky, not knowing who she is, where she comes from. To help the little girl back to her world, Deemo comes to realize a tree keeps growing tall on top of the piano whenever it plays.
What would Deemo do when it gets comfortable with the companionship it never had before? What if the little girl couldn't deal with the truth when her seemingly lost memories regained?!
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Implosion - Never Lose Hope. Along with artistic capacity -- we can add to the list of necessary attributes for a performer some means for handling disappointment.
It's curious balance. We seek persons of delicate sensitivity and perception; they also need to withstand the turbulence of other … [Read more The published score is a reproduction of Feldman's handwriting. Some things puzzled me.
The Rhythm of the Night
The top staff is the flute part. The lower staff is the keyboard part: notes with stems up, played by the keyboardist's right hand on the piano, notes with … [Read more We truly learn so much by reading music performance treatises; yet we make a mistake if we read them too simply. Many useful keyboard how-to-books grow from Enlightenment sensibilities: treatises penned by the keyboardists C. I'm not suggesting that these authors were practicing "esoteric writing" -- the deliberate making of paradoxes and puzzles of meaning.
I'm suggesting that … [Read more During 5 days, concerts are being presented! I play 5. Recently, talking with Tim Page, I realized just what significant influences the ideas of a few concert presenters, a few producers and critics have been on … [Read more It can happen, in the laboratory of the concert -- you notice things, discovery occurs.
Suddenly, sometimes surprisingly, associations are made, even in music long-practiced.
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And, in an auxiliary channel of thought -- aside from the monitoring of my playing, aside from giving the performance -- I made … [Read more It's a fantastic piano piece, rooted in American gospel music by way of Duke Ellington. It was the end of the day, and I had only prepped for a thirty minute lesson, so I had to think quickly about how to best use that extra time.
Several of my students know how to do it, and they performed it last year at our Musical Olympics Summer Camp. Rhythm Cup Explorations takes an already familiar and popular concept and makes it into a really fun learning experience.
In the full version of the game there are 3 Levels in each Unit. As students progress through the levels, they learn how to count more difficult combinations. For example: in Unit 3 triplets , the first level uses only triplets and quarter notes, the second level incorporates paired eighth notes, and the final level incorporates rests.
The concept of the game is simple: follow the directions and tap the cup on the table or with your hand with the rhythm shown. After a few cups shooting across the room, and a lot of laughter, my student and I decided to spend time just practicing our passing technique! This is a great alternative to simply clapping rhythms.
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