Monthly Archives: July 2012

Guitar Lessons on Long Island – Dynamics and Structure

2020-03-07T20:04:33-05:00

Kathryn Brickell Music is proud to offer guitar lessons to our students in Long Island. We will be posting informative articles relating to the guitar and guitar lessons. The following article consists of an explanation on dynamics and structure. We hope you will enjoy your guitar lessons with our wonderful, experienced and dedicated local guitar teachers. Enjoy! Dynamics and Structure Dynamics is a term used for the relative loudness or softness of a given sound, note, or musical piece. Italian is usually used to indicate dynamics in a piece for example, pianissimo means very softly, and fortissimo means very loud Recently, [...]

Guitar Lessons on Long Island – Dynamics and Structure2020-03-07T20:04:33-05:00

Piano Teachers in NYC – Timbre

2020-03-07T20:04:48-05:00

Kathryn Brickell Music is proud to offer piano teachers to our students in NYC. We will be posting informative articles relating to the piano and piano lessons. The following article consists of an explanation on texture and timbre. We hope you will enjoy your piano lessons with our wonderful, experienced and dedicated local piano teachers. Enjoy! Texture & Timbre In a musical context, texture refers to the overarching, birds-eye sound or feel of a piece as determined by the relationship of its melody as it relates to any accompanying chords or other melodies. Monophony refers to a melody played by itself, [...]

Piano Teachers in NYC – Timbre2020-03-07T20:04:48-05:00

Piano Teachers in Brooklyn – Harmony

2020-03-07T20:04:56-05:00

Kathryn Brickell Music is proud to offer piano teachers to our students in Brooklyn. We will be posting informative articles relating to the piano and piano lessons. The following article consists of an explanation on harmony. We hope you will enjoy your piano lessons with our wonderful, experienced and dedicated local piano teachers. Enjoy! Harmony Harmony, in music theory, refers to the vertical relationship between tones that is to say, how two tones played together simultaneously relate to each other. The relationship between any two given pitches or notes is referred to as an interval, whereas the relationship between more than [...]

Piano Teachers in Brooklyn – Harmony2020-03-07T20:04:56-05:00

Piano Teachers in Queens – Consonance and Dissonance

2020-03-07T20:05:04-05:00

Kathryn Brickell Music is proud to offer piano teachers to our students in Queens. We will be posting informative articles relating to the piano and piano lessons. The following article consists of an explanation on consonance and dissonance. We hope you will enjoy your piano lessons with our wonderful, experienced and dedicated local piano teachers. Enjoy! Consonance and Dissonance Music theory recognizes two main types of relationship between individual notes: consonance and dissonance. A consonant interval is defined as a harmony where each individual tone complements the other, increasing their mutual resonance and producing a pleasing or right sound together. A [...]

Piano Teachers in Queens – Consonance and Dissonance2020-03-07T20:05:04-05:00

Piano Teachers in Long Island – Music Scales and Modes

2020-03-07T20:05:15-05:00

Kathryn Brickell Music is proud to offer piano teachers to our students in Long Island. We will be posting informative articles relating to the piano and piano lessons. The following article consists of an explanation on music scales and modes. We hope you will enjoy your piano lessons with our wonderful, experienced and dedicated local piano teachers. Enjoy! Music Scales and Modes Various pitches can be organized into different schemas, called both scales and modes. The dominant Western theory of music divides an octave (the distance between one pitch and its doubled or halved pitch) into 12 notes this is referred [...]

Piano Teachers in Long Island – Music Scales and Modes2020-03-07T20:05:15-05:00