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Stranger Things Piano Sheet Music With Letters – Introduction to Piano and Keyboard Instruments, Pitch and Pitch Direction, Black Keys and White Keys, Singing, Clapping, and Playing, Memorizing Music, Gestures and Piano Hands, More about Piano and Keyboard Instruments, Hands and Finger Numbers, Review.
Introduction for Piano and Keyboard Instruments. Encouraging enthusiasm for playing the piano, learning about the piano and related instruments, accepting all students – their uniqueness and personality – regardless of the type of instrument they start with, and introducing the possibility of learning to play on other piano and keyboard instruments. the future.
Stranger Things Piano Sheet Music With Letters
Pitch and Pitch Direction. Understanding and hearing the pitch rise, fall, and stay the same. Conceptually, aurally, and directionally on the piano keyboard. Encourage students to sing, listen, move, and audiating
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Introduce “Middle C” and practice identifying the higher and lower notes of Middle C on the piano keyboard. This is a foreshadowing concept, but it is useful to start developing vocabulary and visual familiarity with the location of the important guide notes. It is not necessary for students to memorize it yet, or even understand why it is called…
Black Key and White Key. See the pattern, layout, shape of the black and white keys on the piano keyboard. The layout of the piano keyboard has meaning; it’s not random.
Sing, Clap, and Play. Develop as a complete musician from scratch. First sing the songs, determine the tone direction, then clap and/or do the beat while singing, then learn the songs on the piano (blended rote, picture reading, and tracking), then sing while playing.
Memorizing Music. Encourage students to memorize all the songs, sing while playing, and develop a musical repertoire that can be played at any time, for enjoyment and recital.
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Gesture and Hand Piano. Good attitude and technique of playing the piano without tension from the beginning. Encouraging the natural hand shape, start with the slightly natural “middle” or “tall” fingers of the right hand to start (play a singable melody on the black keys), then add the middle finger and thumb of the left hand (play a two-note harmony on black keys and white keys).
More about Piano and Keyboard Instruments. History and how they work. Learn about piano parts, mechanisms, and continue building musical vocabulary. (Take out the piano and take a look inside, or watch a video like: How a Piano Works!)
Hands and Finger Numbers. Make sure students can distinguish the right hand from the left hand, and determine and use the piano finger numbers. Learn songs that use all five fingers, on the black keys and the white keys.
These first four or five songs should be taught partly by rote, and partly by encouraging some tracking / reading on the page. There is no need to “teach” notation. Simply point out, trace the notation with your finger while they play, even the youngest students will “win” quite well. Encourage stress-free playing, beautiful tone production, memorization, and singing while playing from scratch!
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Pitch and pitch direction, aural pitch recognition, good posture and playing the piano without tension, piano hands and finger numbers, and piano, keyboard and music vocabulary. Sing, clap, play, sing while playing, and memorize the song repertoire. Gaining the facility to play with both hands on the piano keyboard, including black keys and white keys. Invite students to perform a solo recital for a friendly audience.
Musical Alphabet, Musical Alphabet and Piano Keyboard, Middle C plus Direction and Distance from Middle C, Technique – Crossed Hands, Introduction to Musical Notation, Scales, Keys, and Modes, plus
Musical Alphabet. Practice until students can say, easily, the musical alphabet forward and backward (up and down), and determine which letter comes before or after all other letters.
Musical Alphabet and Piano Keyboard. Using the pattern of the black keys, the shape of the white keys, and the relative position and order of the letters of the musical alphabet, students learn the names of the white keys on the piano keyboard. It is useful to understand the concept and definition of “octave” at this time (distance of 8 notes, from A to A, B to B, C to C, etc.).
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Middle C plus Direction and Distance from Middle C. Understanding Middle C as an anchor note or guide note – an important note in the middle of the piano keyboard that we will use to identify other notes, such as the first C above Middle C, the second C above Middle C, the first C below Middle C, first G above Middle C, first F below Middle C, etc.
Note: This method does NOT teach “C position” or any other “position” pedagogy. Far from it – we teach freedom of movement and grace, playing without tension all over the piano keyboard, crossing hands, and playing on black keys and white keys from the beginning. Middle C is an important reference note, not position.
Technique – Crossed arms. Play the melody with alternating left hand and right hand notes, crossing hands more appropriately to play freely and gracefully.
Introduction to Musical Notation. Develops relevant and useful musical vocabulary, and exposes students to a variety of musical notation styles throughout history and other genres, instruments, and cultures. (This is not yet learning to read music notation common practice in the staff – this is quite literally an introduction to the idea of reading symbols and texts on the page and interpreting them to play the piano and sing.) So far the students have freely read the pictures and the shape of the black key combination / white, then the letters of the musical alphabet, with a simple, symbolic, relative reference to the distance up and down from Middle C.
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Scales, Keys, and Modes, plus Solfege. Increase relevant and useful musical vocabulary, introduce students to the concepts of scales, keys, and modes, and further develop musicians through the use of solfege (solfeggio, sol-fa, solfeo). Students learn to play C Major Scale and A (Natural) Minor Scale, one octave, play hands separately and very slowly, with correct fingering, from memory, and sing on solfege while playing.
Technique – Left Hand Melody plus Crossing Hand. Play the melody in the left hand, and the right hand crosses the left hand to play harmonious notes like a bell.
Review. Musical alphabet, forward and backward, up and down, and on the piano keyboard, identifying notes on the piano relative to Middle C, musical notation vocabulary, major and minor mode solfege, C Major and A (Natural) Minor scale. Sing, clap, play, sing while playing, and memorize the song repertoire. Gain the facility and freedom of movement to play up and down the piano keyboard. Invite students to perform a solo recital for a friendly audience.
Acceleration – Sharp, Flat, and Natural, Half Step and Whole Step, plus Intervals, Five Major Scales (C G D A E), Transposing, Key Changes, Modulations, Review.
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Accidents – Sharp, Flat, and Natural. Learn how to name the black keys, and develop relevant and useful musical vocabulary for raises and lower pitches, altered and unaltered notes, and symbols used to document sharps, flats, and naturals.
Half Steps and Whole Steps, plus Intervals. Building on the knowledge of sharps and flats, developing relevant and useful musical vocabulary to move from one pitch to the next, or from one pitch to another, skipping over one pitch, and
. (An octave is an interval of 8, a half step and a whole step is an interval of 2.) Students practice identifying half steps and whole steps visually on the piano keyboard and aurally by ear.
First Five Major Scales (C G D A E). Teaching scale pattern (major scale as a pattern of half steps and all steps = WS WS HS WS WS WS HS). The structure of music is logical and based on patterns, they are not random. Students learn that as sharps are added to the scale, the previous sharps are placed in order (F#, C#, G#, D#). Each of these five main scales uses the same fingering, and students must learn and play it every one octave, separate hands and very slowly, with correct fingering, from memory, and sing on solfege while playing.
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Transposing, Key Changes, Modulations. Develop relevant and useful musical vocabulary while introducing playing in different keys. Learn songs in three different keys: C Major, D Major, and E Major. (This is also a good time to help students experiment with playing previous songs in different keys, such as
Review. Musical alphabet, forward and backward, up and down, and on the piano keyboard, identify notes on the piano relative to Middle C, musical notation vocabulary, major and minor mode solfege, intervals, accidentals, identify half steps and whole steps visually and aurally, including the pattern of half steps and all steps for the main scale, and memorizing C Major, G Major, D Major, A Major, E Major, and A (Natural) Minor scale, one octave. Sing, clap, play, sing while playing, and memorize a repertoire of songs. Get the facility and freedom of movement to play up and down the piano keyboard. Encourage students to