The following pieces were discussed in today’s episode of the CMajor Radio Show. Thank you for listening! I’m sharing Apple Music links to some of the world’s finest musicians playing piano and orchestral versions of these tunes.* You may extract the melodies to learn to play them using the play-by-color method we’ve been talking about […]Read More Simple Classical Melodies: Teaching by Color
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…
Cmajor… I’m excited about this week’s homework. It’s a chance to listen, read and listen some more. Please see your homework below: Listen to Cello Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op.49 – Dmitri Kabalevsky Listen to Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47 – Jean Sibelius Listen to Violin Concerto in CMajor, Op. 48 […]Read More Listening Homework for Everyone
Are you planning to pass or fail your next music theory exam? On The CMajor Radio Show tomorrow, CMajor will answer your music theory practice questions. What is involved in preparing to take a music theory exam? Why would you put yourself through an exam in the first place? These questions and more will be […]Read More Planning to Pass or Fail?: Music Theory
Recital Homework–Coming Soon! It’s recital preparation time. If you are a student, teacher or parent, you have many questions about recitals. On the next CMajor Radio Show, CMajor will cover this topic as much as possible. In the meantime, consider picking pieces by composer name and based on distinctive features, i.e. genre, period, structure and […]Read More RECITAL HOMEWORK–Coming Soon!