You've never played on the keyboard. Your task is to start learning the keyboard and "Ode to Joy" in the middle of the concert of the year.
They have a concept of learning and ten half-hour private lessons with a teacher before the concert.
So what is a keyboard?
The keyboard is a piano-like electronic instrument, the pace has many features to create different sounds e. The most popular keyboards are four or five octaves and keys are as large asthe piano. keypads vary, so do the manual work, which follow.
Step by Step Learning Guide
You can view this seven-step instructions, along with a teacher, play and go with you and book a suitable tutor who provides information, exercises and pieces, including "Ode to Joy" is.
Step 1: Introduction to Music
You will learn the following:
1. The musical alphabet ABCDEFG
2. The white keys and blacks,black notes are grouped in groups of two or three in repeating the same pattern.
3. His first degree (n) C 'C' Notes on the left side of those two blacks. These are all the "C and play them.
. 4 Finger Numbering: Start with your thumb as number 1, then work through your fingers 2, 3, 4 with his little finger than 5
5 notation. Basic:
Treble clef: Fighting for the right hand piano
bass clef: Application for piano left handPlay
Personnel or staff
Treble staff: to write the series of five horizontal lines to the music in treble clef.
Personal Bass: to write, the set of five lines of music in bass clef.
Grand Staff: The staff associated with a sharp vertical line for the bass staff.
Bar lines: horizontal lines seen regularly on the staff great
Bar or measure: the music written between two bar lines
Double bar lines:
two thin double bar lines indicate a changethe theme of music
a thin and a thick double bar line indicates the end of a piece
6. The number of signatures after the key tells us how many are in each bar. First, we need only read the image above.
Number 4 ~ 4 in each clock
3 ~ 3 in each bar are
7. length of the notes, learn, 4, 3, 2, 1, or is hit by their first names, whole note, half-episode, half, quarterrespectively.
8. The keyboard can play and sound like a piano or keyboard, for example where there is a dividing point. This means that on the right side, the dividing point are the melodic notes played and played with his right hand. The notes on the left side of the split point on the accompanying section, where chords played with the left hand along with all the momentum that has been set
9. This is your first song "Mary Had A Little Lamb a series of three blackNotes and fingers second, third and fourth.
Step 2: Play the notes and melodies with his right hand by:
1. Find and play all the C, D's, E, F, G on the keyboard separately. Each letter of the name of a specific place in the context of black notes, so you can find all the E's on the keyboard, for example, the note on the right side of the set of two black notes.
2. set to play a note with each of the four note lengths learned in Phase 1, Part 7 as the number of F, beat 3Notes
3. play a series of notes with different note lengths.
4. Their melodies with CDEFG and 4, 3, 2, 1 hit notes.
5. Learning to read and play center CDEFG
Middle C is the C closer to the center of the keyboard.
Use the fingering for a C, 2 D, 3 E, 4 F, 5 G
Follow the instructions of the teacher and tutor for your book of exercises and pieces. Count aloud, will help over time. The figures above the notes arefingering numbers and means that you play, it should be noted that, in particular with the fingers you in this issue.
Please note that when learning a new exercise or a piece of you:
~ Name of each note
~ Clapping and counting, according to the rhythm
Game notes and say ~
6. Read and Play "Mary Had A Little Lamb" with notes on the white middle CDEFG
Step 3: Left hand in the accompanying notes:
You can start learning
First six and a half degrees of GOctaves below middle C, ie GABCDE and with the left hand fingering 5 4 3 2 1 1 respectively.
Attention is drawn to play on the keyboard image and the positions of the most important music and book into practice the tutor.
2. Chords A chord is a group of notes played simultaneously. On behalf of the letter, for example C above the melody to play places that the agreements.
You will learn Agreement ~ Do-major - GCE
Corda ~ G-major - GBD
~ F Major chord - ACF or FAC
third chord melody tunes with his right hand and left hand.
This is just melodies with chords C and G, and then taken up by F.
Learn with each hand separately first, and if found safe, the two hands
4. repeat signs are signs that the repetition of a section of music.
First and second latches: These are used when you repeat a section of music, however, two different endings.
Step 4: Introduction to Tie
A draw is acurved line above or below the written notes of the same height. The second note does not play, but instead of the entire value.
You practice, practice, and pieces in connection with a tie and what you have learned.
Step 5: Introduction quavers
You learn that looks like 1 / 8, was 2 / 8 and including a half octave you look.
Follow your book for the exercises and pieces.
Step 6: Introduction to the dotted quarter and Ode to Joy
If you put a dot after a note makes the note half as well.
A quarter of a bar and the same point after this shot is equivalent to half a beat. Thus a quarter note and a half beats.
A quarter is dotted eighth note followed by a second time to complete.
dashed fourth to eighth
1 1 / 2 + 1 / 2 = 2 beats
counted 1 2 +
Second Ode to Joy
See how this song, all the learning of others.
Step 7:Introduction keyboard functions
If you can play this piece with two hands, then it's time to use some functions of the keyboard to improve the piece.
Some of the features are:
a. Sounds: Experiment with the range of sounds on the keyboard, press the Mute key tone, followed by a number on his election. Choose an appropriate sound.
b. Dual Sound: It is possible to obtain a two-tone effect. If you play a piece you canIt can play only one sound, dual-tone or a mixture of both.Keyboards or may not have this feature.
c. Metronome: Pressing this button allows you to keep in practice over time.
d. Drum Beat: Play your part with a button and a light drum beat at your fingertips
e. Style: There are a lot of background rhythms you can choose the style that you press the button style, followed by release of a number that has been selected.
Ode to Joy has 4 beats in a bar so wewill be a limitation of choice. Choose an appropriate pace.
If the changes played with the left hand of rhythm, sound changes.
f. beginning and end: it could be pieces of a button you can push your order will automatically start and end on.
Experiment with the features mentioned above and add it to pieces. You might want to check, repeat the game to show the different functions for the keyboard. Sometimes a piece with an octave for a repeatwork.
This guide is written your seven steps to learning "Ode to Joy." You need to read music, how to conduct a book plus a teacher tutor keyboard, please.
Good luck and enjoy the concert