The rules for Dissonances during the Baroque period
Full Analysis of Baroque Dissonance on WKMT Blog
As piano students, you should know how the world of dissonances progressed and evolved through time. From the homophonic and monophonic music in medieval times to the early polyphony in Renaissance times and the invention of the thirds, we arrive at the […]
Did you know the names of the best pianists in the world, now and from the past?
This question is what we aim to answer through this new post, and article published by Iris Kreiman for WKMT Blog. Click on the link aforementioned to read the full article.
Several times, we speak about piano and pianists, but […]
Sight-reading for beginners
WKMT have recently published a new post on their famous music blog in which the main topic is sight-reading.
Alvaro Sisti, Senior piano teacher at WKMT London piano studios, is the person behind this new professional advice for all those students who would need or be interested in a professional and helpful advice on […]
What are the ingredients of the Music?
The five contributing elements in Musical Analysis
Generally, when we talk about music, we find ourselves focusing just on the melody, or a chord that called our attention, or maybe a characteristic rhythm, but if we want to understand the complexity of a piece we should go much further.
One of […]