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  • 14 Jan 2018

    Compound Themes: What types can we find

    Compound Themes: What types can we find Compound Themes: What types can we find Click here for the full article Understanding how composers construct music phrases helps us when memorizing music. Playing pieces by heart helps us to release our artistry. When performers are not restricted by having to constantly read notes while performing, they can focus on expression in a […]
  • 05 Jan 2018

    How to practice piano

    how to practice piano. How to practice piano. Learn some great tips to practice piano at your home. http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Six-piano-practice-tips We bring, what we considered, such an interesting and helpful article for all those wondering how to well practice the piano. Our Senior piano teacher, Katarina Makevic, in her last article published at WKMT Blog, gives six tips for when practising […]
  • 02 Jan 2018

    What’s Celtic music?

    what’s Celtic music? What’s Celtic music? AN INSIGHT OF CELTIC MUSIC. Story and tradition. http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Celtic-music New article on the blog for this new year 2018. Our colleague Dominik Brendan, piano and singing teacher at the studio, wrote his article expressing his interest in Celtic music. Music, in general, went through many different changes and variations. In the case of […]
  • 28 Dec 2017

    How to write piano accompaniment

    How to write piano accompaniment. How to write piano accompaniment. http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Piano-accompaniments-Enhancing-our-melodies MAking a chord progression for piano accompaniments. We are glad to share the last article published at WKMT and written by Gisela Paterno, our Senior Piano and composition teacher. For this occasion, she brings an article talking about the accompaniments on the piano and creating a simple chord […]
  • 27 Dec 2017

    A helpful sight reading exercise

    a helpful sight reading exercise. A helpful sight reading exercise. http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Reading-notes-like-an-open-book Sight-Reading (or a prima vista) is the performing of a piece of music that the performer has never seen before. In its simplest way, sight-reading is all about notes, because they are what we always see first when we look at a piece of music. Click on the link above […]
  • 15 Dec 2017

    Analysing musical piece supports teaching

    Analysing musical piece supports teaching Analysing musical piece supports teaching Teaching a piece is much more demanding than mastering it. Before a teacher can explain all the aspects of the piece, they need to understand it by themselves. This rule was followed even by the greatest. If you cannot explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. Albert Einstein Analysing […]
  • 12 Dec 2017

    Sharing your piano skills

    Sharing your piano skills. Sharing your piano skills. WKMT and its Music Festival editions guarantee the perfect performance skills for its students. And about this, the last article talks about. Sabrina Curpanen, our colleague and Senior piano teacher at the studio, wrote an article to thank all the efforts WKMT makes to provide our piano students with great […]
  • 10 Dec 2017

    Piano pedal functions

    Piano pedal functions. Piano pedal functions. In this new occasion, we take the chance to share with you all the last article written by our piano teacher Narotam Horn, and published on our blog. He thought it might be interesting to talk about the pedals on the piano, a tool, not always present and used, for beginners […]
  • 10 Dec 2017

    Learning music analysis

    Learning music analysis Learning music analysis Juan Rezzuto has already rendered articles on Sentence and Period. Now it is time to learn about the hybrid themes! This summary about hybrid themes is based on William Caplin's Classical forms book. Caplin's work represents a fantastic summary of forms used in the classical period. There four basic hybrid themes: Antecedent - continuation Antecedent - […]
  • 05 Dec 2017

    Musical Theme type: The period

    Musical Theme type: The period Musical Theme type: The period The Period is one of classical music's more stable theme type. It is characterised by a weak cadence and a returning basic idea. The phrases involved, called "antecedent" and "consequent" respectively, have a very similar structure. The main difference between each other is harmonical. The most important elements of […]