Happy Sunday!–This week’s homework–Practice playing descending and ascending chromatic chords. That’s all. Have fun! See you next week. Thank you for listening.Read More CHROMATIC CHORDS!
We have a special homework treat for you this week. As a follow up to our recorded lesson with professional trumpeter, Jessica Gibson, we are listing the chords that we went over during the podcast episode. See the chords from the first four measures of Chopin Prelude in E minor, Op. 28, No. 4 below: […]Read More Special Feature: Leadsheet for Chopin
Hi there! We have a chord challenge for you this weekend. If you listened to today’s podcasts, you might have heard me talk about sequencing and starting to think in terms of ordering your chords in particular order. With the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day coming up on Monday, we’d like to have you think […]Read More Chord Challenge: Homework Extra!
Good news!–CMajor’s Classroom will not post any homework over the summer months. You are encouraged to go out and attend concerts, shows, performances of any kind that involve music at your leisure. However, in the meantime, CMajor will post notes and updates about her summer activities. As promised from today’s CMajor Radio Show, I am […]Read More Summer Concerts: Program Notes
This week’s homework is one that I hope you will enjoy. It involves listening to one of my favorite piano trios of all time–Listen to the Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 49 by Felix Mendelssohn. And, if you are in the tri-state area or Greater New York City area please feel free to attend a […]Read More More Listening Homework…