Why does music composed a couple of hundred years ago sound so different from what you hear on MTV today? When was the piano invented? And was Mozart really as childish as he seems in some pop culture? Turns out, there are a lot of different music history questions you might need answered.
Music arrangement means writing different parts for different instruments and singers, deciding on a form (for example by using verses, choruses, a bridge and so on), and trying to enhance the melody and make the music sound unique in every way possible.
Forslund Music has just released another book for fans who can’t imagine their daily lives without music. So, without further ado, let’s introduce the latest music lessons from FM – harmony for beginners.
It is with great pleasure that we are introducing another book by Forslund Music. This time, it’s all about ear training for beginners.
It gives us great pleasure to say that the first batch of brand new books is now published. And to kick things off, you can claim both books for free. So hurry up, and get our guides on music theory and music composition today!
We have a new book promotion for you. In other words, you have yet another chance to claim 2 books for free and add them to your eBook catalog. So, what are they about this time? Vikings history and music history. Check them out.
History of Music: From Prehistoric Sounds to: Classical Music, Jazz, Rock Music, POP Music, and Electronic Music A quick dip into our relationship with sound and movement through time. You’ll learn howRead More…
There is probably no other genre that has been as mocked as opera has. And yet, the history of opera is a fascinating topic peppered with many interesting points.
A dynamic morning ritual is a must if you want to start your day off right and have enough stamina to power through and accomplish everything. Plus, you will still have more than enough energy for some fun activities in your free time.
There are millions of books available and we can get most of them online nowadays. All it takes are a few clicks and we can add as many books as we want to our digital collection. However, does this mean good books are difficult to recognize?