Friday, September 1, 2017

Lyre

Lyre is a an ancient Musical Instrument

The Lyre is a stringed instrument consisting of a resonance box or bowl with strings suspended from the base to a crossbar supported by two arms parallel to its surface. The earliest-known instrument were box lyres about three and a half feet in length found in Sumerian civilization about 3000 BC. The instrument spread throughout the eastern Mediterranean, Homer and other bards used it to accompany their epic poems. The research of the musicologist Curt Sachs reveals a basic pentatonic (5-tone) tuning even when the number of strings had reached 11, as in the Greek kithara of the 5th century BC. The lyre was played by plucking the strings, either with a large plectrum while the fingers of the hand damped unwanted strings, or with both plecktrum and bare fingers. The lyre spread southward to Ethiopia and the headwaters of the Nile and Congo, where it is still played, and from greece across Europe. A bowed instrument after 1000 BC, the lyre was ubiquitous during the Middle Ages and survived untill recently in Wales, Estonia, and Finland. Lyre is an ancient musical instrument, currently this musical instrument only being stored in museum.

Lyre is an ancient musical intrument
Lyre

Lyric

Musical Lyric

A lyric (from the Greek Lyrikos) was originally a song written for musical accompaniment by a lyre. The term now refers to poem that, though not necessary intended to be sung, are melodious in meter and rhythm. Lyric tended to be subjective and emotional rather than intellectually complex and are generally written in the first person. The genres of alergy and ode are both lyrical in expression. The lyric is often distinguished from two other broad categories of poetry, the narative and the dramatic, but both long narrative poem and verse plays frequently resort to lyric devices.

Lyrical Ballads

The Lyrical Ballads (1978) is a volume of poetry by Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth that includes Wordsworth's "Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey" and Coleridge's Rime of the Ancient Mariner. The preface, which Words word added to a second edition (1800), is regarded as the earliest and most important theoretical statement of the principles of English Romanticism. In the preface Wordworth rejected the artificial, consciously poetic diction of his predecessors and proposed to write in the "language really used by men," to illustrate "the primary laws of our nature" in the lives of humble, rustic people. His celebrated definition of poetry as "the spontaneous overflow of the powerful feelings" is too personal to be inclusive but apty describes the movingly introspective "Tintern Abbey."

an example of musical lyric, is a notes or word that musician can read it
Musical Lyric

Saturday, July 1, 2017

I Wanna Dance With My Baby

I wanna dance with my baby
Sing by Madonna:

Hey, Mr DJ put a record on
I wanna dance with my baby

Do you like to Boogie woogie, do you like to Boogie woogie,
do you like to Boogie woogie, do you like my dancing?
Hey Mr. DJ put a record on I wanna dance with my baby

And when the music starts
I never wanna stop, it's gonna drive me crazy

Music, music, music, music

Music makes the people come together
Music mix the bourgeoisie and the rebel
Don't think of yesterday and I don't look at the clock
I like to boogie woogie

It's like ridin' on the wind and it never goes away
But she's everything I'm in got to have it everyday
Music makes the people come together
Music mix the bourgeoisie and the rebel

Hey Mr. DJ
Do you like to

Boogie woogie, do you like to
Boogie woogie, do you like to
Boogie woogie, do you like my dancing

Hey Mr. DJ put a record on I wanna dance with my baby
And when the music starts

I never wanna stop, it's gonna drive me crazy
Music makes the people come together
Music mix the bourgeoisie and the rebel
Music makes the people come together
Music mix the bourgeoisie and the rebel

Friday, June 2, 2017

Music Contest Online

Girl Online Solo Music 

Online Solo music contest usually an instrumental solo music, for example guitar solo or a drum solo. On the contest you must able to play a “blind” entries. Its mean that you posted work will have no means to identify you when viewed. Your name and other information will not show. Your posting do not include any identification information when posting a solo guitar music. When viewed information to identify it with you will not be shown until after the voting is completed.

Girl with guitar experience intrument on online solo music
Single Guitarist Girl
First you must register as a member. A voting both will be created shortly after the deadline is reached. At that time all participants will be contacted so they can vote. A vote by premier members will determine the winner. All members that submit a work are encourage to vote but they can’t vote for their own work.

Thursday, June 1, 2017

House of Cards

House of Cards

Francis Underwood is Majority Whip. He has his hands on every secret in politics - and is willing to betray them all to become President. House of Cards is a drama about one of New York’s most prestigious ad agencies at the beginning of the 1960s, focusing on one of the firm’s most mysterious but extremely talented ad executives.


House of cards is a drama show on the film most mysterious
House of Cards

Monday, July 16, 2012

Canadian Music

French producers and labels from Martinique and Gaudaloupe will be in Toronto on June 14 to meet with the Canadian music industry following their showcases at the Francofolies Festival in Montreal.

You are cordially invited to join us for a Rendezvous with France – a day of formal and informal business-to-business networking on Thursday, June 14, 2012. The event is produced in association with the UBI France, the French Trade Commission in Canada and will be held at The Ontario Investment and Trade Centre (250 Yonge Street, 35th Floor, Toronto.)

The preliminary schedule for the day is as follows and you are welcome to participate in any part of the day. For the VIP Reception, please rsvp your attendance should you plan on attending.

To join the pre-arranged one-on-one meetings with members of the incoming delegation from France, please complete the Meeting Request Form. Background info on each delegate is outlined on this form.

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Sunday, April 1, 2012

How to Read Music Note Fast

Some people asking this question, “how people can read music note faster while he/she is playing music?” Some answer as follows, this answer may can guide you on playing music with note guidance. You can choose what answer can guide you best, but my feeling to read this music note is no need to understand the key anymore if you already familiar of every point and symbol on music note, but you can move of every symbol into your guitar or keyboard. It is like if you want to speak English, you don't need translate from your native language into English first, but directly speak English.



Answer 1:
First, you have to practice a whole lot! It doesn't hurt to memorize the song, but if you're like me and aren't good at remembering things (especially something like the Mozart Turkish March! If you can play that, Kudo points for you!) you might try something I do. If I'm trying to read notes while playing the piano, I say the names of the notes as quickly as I can, and after a while, I just know where to go, so I'm able to play quickly. If that doesn't work.....I guess practice is the other good option. Whatever you choose, I wish you good luck!

Answer 2:
If you mean sight reading it's a skill and to learn to sight read very well sight singing will teach you. It's a class in all community colleges and it's helped me beyond the scope of my imagination. One thing that always helps is that while I'm sight reading I know what it's suppose to sound like and so when I play if I hit a wrong note, I know it. You also must practice sight reading for your individual instrument (piano in the case that you mentioned) and you learn to read ahead of where you actually are playing. The Turkish March is entirely sight readable but it's not easily sight read. Yes in most cases the Musician memorizes the notes (in piano your not suppose to have the score in front of you at a recital; you suppose to memorize the piece) (Franz Liszt once made a bet with an amateur composer and the composer said he could write a piece Listz couldn't sight read. Listz took him on and it was this horrible piece that was stupidly fast and in the end it ended with Franz Listzs hands playing two chords far away from Each Other and a note in the middle. Franz Listz had a huge nose and he bent down and played the note in the middle with his nose; this story quite possibly didn't happen but it's funny anyways).

Edit: To read both lines you read the bottom first always but eventually you learn to read them together. It's very similar to speed reading for reading words. You learn to read multiple lines together and the double spaced font becomes impossible to read.

Answer 3:
When you practice everyday you get better. You can read faster and your figures move faster because you are familiar with the keys. It's like typing on a computer keyboard.

Answer 4:
Not necessarily.
I like to start off slow, making sure I hit every note, then play it with the rhythms, and then just get faster and faster every time!

Answer 5:
well...........you have to practice, remember.....practice does not make perfect, .....practice perfect makes perfect, and ya most musicians do!

Answer 6:
its mostly practice and memorization. been playing piano and still play so slowly because of that! no idea how they do it .. ha ha

Answer 7:
Practice a lot. It will help you memorize them when you're playing the music.

Lyre

Lyre is a an ancient Musical Instrument The Lyre is a stringed instrument consisting of a resonance box or bowl with strings suspended fr...