We at online classes do offer online music classes for anyone interested in MASTERING music.
We at Music classroom are all that you need to improve your music knowledge.
We offer the following online classes to suit the growing demand for music:-
1. Sight reading
Here learners will be introduced to Basics of Music that will help prepare them to to sight reading. the learner will learn issues to do with:-
2. Placement of notes on clefs
3. Note duration
4. Note name
5. Identification of various notes.
2. Note Values
This is the second lesson. You will move to the second lesson after successfully passing lesson 1.
In this lesson you will learn on Note values and the rest values that you will encounter.
3. Time Signature And Tempo
in this lesson we will learn on different time signature and how they affect music impulse.
We will also look and be able to determine the exact tempo based on tempo markings.
The learner must be able to sing a song using various time signatures and tempo.
4. Key Signatures
In this lesson we will learn on meaning of the different Key signatures in music. We will try to answer the question- which key is this?
The learner will also be required to sing a song using the solfa notations in the said key.
In this lesson we will learn on various semitones that rise as a result of accidentals.
The learner will be able to sing a song with few semitones and be able to write a 4 phrase song with 2 or more accidentals.
6. Conducting Techniques
The learner will learn the following :-
Conducting Posture and Use of a Baton
The Preparatory Beat
Starting on the First Beat
Starting on Other Beats
Starting on Fractions of Beats and the release
Conducting Divided Beat Patterns
Use Of The Left Hand In Conducting
Tempo Determination and Change
Unmetered or Free Rhythms
Mixed Meters and Other Conducting Problems
7. Interpretation of Choral Music
In this lesson we will discuss how you should sing songs that were written in different periods.
for example, How do you sing a song written by Haydn?
we will cover various periods ranging from:-
The Renassiance Period (1400-1600)
The Baroque Period (1600-1750)
The Classic Period (1750-1820)
The Romantic Period (1820-1900)
The Twentieth Century And Early Twenty-First
We will also look on songs that were written between periods.
8. The Score Study
The following will be included in this lesson:-
Texture of the Choral Piece
Applied Score Study
Rehearsal Analysis of Indeterminate Music
9. Choral Tone
The following will be covered in this lesson
Abdominal, Diaphragmatic, or Intercostal Breathing.
Fundamentals of Voice
The Choral Tone
Growth in the Choral Tone
10. Choral Diction
In this lesson we will cover diction in the following languages:-
-Marcato and Legato Diction
-Vowel Modification and Range Considerations
-Word Separation and Text Flow
11. Selection and placement of choral voices
We will cover the following:-
Pitch Retention Test
Auditions for the Adult Chorus
Chorus Seating Arrangements
Placing Individual Voices in Choral Ensembles
Personal Data Card for Auditions
12. Introduction to composition
We teach the following in this lesson:-
1. choosing the style
2. identifying the forms
3. Musical Motifs
4. contrasting sections
5. the bridges
In this lesson we will teach the following
1. melodic harmony
2. modulation to a relative key
3.chord progression and melody [Romanesca]
14. Advanced Composition Techniques
In this lesson we will learn several methods of compositions including several studies on great composers such as Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and Handel.
WE WILL ALSO LOOK ON THE FOLLOWING:-
1. Improvisation and alterations
2 Use of dissonances and consonances
3. Good usage of parallel fifths and octaves
4. Classical Harmony & Popular Chord Notation
5. Chord Progressions & Cadences
6. Writing in minor scales.
7. Modulation to minor scales
All these lessons will be done online.