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Classical music needs no introduction; it's part of our everyday life.
Devote a little time, and you can develop a more discerning
ear.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll
Need
Biographies
Music Theory Books
Classical Music
CDs
Concert Tickets
Symphony Tickets

Listen
actively and patiently.
Determine what kind of piece you are
listening to: sonata, symphony, concerto or tone poem. Learn the
differences between these forms.
Listen for a theme and variations
on that theme threading through the music. Each movement within a
piece has its own structure, but each one typically elaborates on the
same theme.
Consider which instrumen

We instinctively know a good photograph when we see one. When a
photograph captivates us, all its individual parts blend together
harmoniously.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll
Need
Biographies
Photographs
Museum Tickets
class="error">Look at the photograph as a whole and determine which
elements stand out, if any.
Decide whether the arrangement of
elements in the picture creates a unified effect.
Look at the
foreground and then the background; see how they relate to the
subject.
Consider perspective. Decide whether the point-of-view
demonstrates insight or creative interpretation of the
subject.
Consider composition. Look for lines, shape
Watercolor is one of the most complex methods of painting. "Practice
makes perfect" is a good motto to keep in mind.
The electric Bass is the anchor of any rock or Jazz
group.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Tune the strings to E, A, D, and
G by matching the sound of the tightened string to these pitches on a
piano or a pitch pipe.
Put your head and right arm through the
support strap which rests on the right shoulder.
Use your right 1st
finger or a "pick" to pluck each of the four strings at the base of
the fingerboard directly above the "pick-ups".
Pick each string 4
times while naming it without looking at your right hand.
Mix the
sequence of picking the strings so accuracy and comfort is
maintained.
Place the left thumb on the underside of the neck where
the 2nd fret is located.
Tip
How to Begin to Play the Clarinet. The clarinet plays a role similar
to that of the violins in an orchestra. It was also used in Jazz music
from the early 1900s up until the Big Band Era. Great satisfaction in
the music experience resides in playing the clarinet. Follow these few
steps to learn to play the Clarinet.Difficulty:Moderately
EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
4 New Clarinet
Reeds
Chamois Cloth With Weight
Clarinet Cases
Clarinet Cork
Grease
Clarinet Reed Cases
Clarinet Reed Trimmers
Clarinet
Stands
Clarinets
Music Stands
Belwin Band Builder For
Clarinet Bb
Sheet Music
Straight-backed Chair
Clarinet
Marmalade CD

Pl

Strings age and wear out whether they're metal or gut. Preventive
medicine is the prescription. Do a "transplant" before they give out
during a performance.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things
You'll Need
Block Of Rosins
Pitch Pipes For Violin
Set Of
Violin Strings
Violin Bows
Violin Bridges
Violin
Cases
Violins
Chairs

Loosen all four strings
gradually. Remove each string from the hole in the doweling that
penetrates the scroll.
Retrieve the bridge that supported the
strings. Place it in the violin case for later use.
Cut the violin
strings from the "tail-piece" keyholes. Mark these holes to remember
which string is mounted wh

The viola has a rich, alto sound and uses strings that allow the
instrument to play five steps below the range of the violin and one
octave above the range of a cello. Replace old strings before they
"pop" during performance.
Brass is the basic metal used in the construction of the trumpet,
trombone, French horn and tuba. Very often the instrument has a
silver-hued metal plating to give it a brilliant shine and,
frequently, a lacquer finish over that.Difficulty:Moderately
EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Flugelhorns
French
Horns
Bugles
Cornets
Sousaphones
Trombones
Trumpets
Tubas
Nonabrasive
Silver Polishes
Mild Soap
soft, clean cloths
class="error">Use a mild soap on a clean washrag to remove any
accumulated residue.
Rinse and dry the instrument.
Determine if
the instrument has a lacquer finish sprayed over silver plating. If it
does, do not use a silver cle
The Viola is the Alto voice of the String Quartet. Its "C" string is 5
notes lower that the low G string of the violin. Its music is written
on a 'staff' called the "C" clef that spans the center of the piano
bass and treble clef.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll
Need
Pianos

Preliminary Set up and proper
holding of the instrumentFind a private area with a straight backed
chair and a music stand.
Open the viola case and place the
instrument base upon your lap.
Most string instruments arrive with
strings in place. See the eHow, re-string a Viola, if the strings are
not mounted.
Pluck each string, using your right or left thumb, to
test the tension

The stunning tonal range of the trumpet will reward the student with
many years of musical pleasure. Ear training, social sensitivity,
teamwork, pitch and rhythm awareness are only a few of the positive
attributes that are afforded by gaining musicianship skills on the
trumpet.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll
Need
Metronome
Music Stands
Trumpet Cases
Trumpet
Mouthpieces
Trumpet Valve Oil
Trumpets
Sheet Music
Small
Tube Of Vaseline
Trumpet Music CDs

Pretend that
you have a small piece of paper on the end of your tongue. Now spit it
off. Let the air continue through your lips.
Do the same thing
again keeping your lips


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