The manuscript of Mozart’s A major piano sonata K331 has recently been discovered in Budapest. Having spent the majority of its life in the Budapest’s National Széchényi Library for decades, the coveted manuscript was rediscovered by Haydn scholar Balazs Mikusi. “When I first laid eyes upon the manuscript, the handwriting already looked suspiciously ‘Mozartish’,” said Mikusi, who […]
This week’s special Disney song for your students to step into a magical fairytale is the famous “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” from ‘The Lion King’ Available in 3 levels, you can find all Disney songs in the dedicated category from the main menu. And don’t forget, each week an Amazon Gift Card […]
Pianist and composer Sonya Belousova celebrated 30 years of Super Mario Bros. with an epic piano medley on the world’s coolest piano. YouTube channel Player Piano had Belousova play the tribute to the late Nintendo president Satoru Iwata on a piano styled after a classic Nintendo Entertainment System. While the medley is good, it’s the amazingly detailed piano that stands out. […]
This is the high notes’ answer to “All About That Bass (Clef)“. This video teaches the lines and space notes of the treble clef.
Your students can enjoy a magical, musical adventure with this week’s new challenge: “Part Of Your World” from ‘The Little Mermaid’ Available in 3 versions, keep your students playing all summer long! All songs can be found in the “Disney” category in the Library. Will it be your student that wins an Amazon gift card […]
In Piano Maestro – the Pokemon Theme! You can find it in the TV & Game Theme’s category in 3 different versions (Easy, Melody Line and 2 Hands version) Enjoy!
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Picture a seven-foot grand piano in a studio. The lid’s missing, so you can see all the strings. Researchers suspend a rod embedded with 32 microphones over the piano’s body. “We played this middle C at a very soft level, a medium level, and a very loud level,” says Agnieszka Roginska, a professor […]
Life very often throws some curious coincidences my way. Just as I was preparing a presentation for architecture students at the Goa College of Architecture on ‘Architecture and Music’ and looking at the relationship of the Fibonacci sequence to music, what should appear in my newsfeed but the announcement of the famed piano firm […]
Vivaldi, one of the greatest baroque composers, has a very interesting story. He ran an orphanage in the 18th century in Italy that became famous all over the western world for its musically talented children. A lot of his pieces were written for specific children in his school. Vivaldi learned the violin from his […]