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Musicianship Course

What is Musicianship?  

Musicianship is a broad ability, the ability to “think in sound”. This occurs when a musician is
able to produce music which they perceive internally, along with imagination, whether through playing by ear, singing, and reading from notation or through improvisation. 

The musicianship lesson is the foundation of music literacy. With the conventions of western music, such as notation, melody, rhythm and harmony, music literacy is essential in a child’s development. This enables the child to interpret the marking on the page and convert
these into sounds on the instrument, rather than having to imitate somebody
else .The music concepts are introduced through a carefully sequenced process of hearing, singing and understanding improvisation. Playing with the tonal language forms
a key part of rounded education for the performer,composers and listeners of all kind.An understanding of how written symbols relate to the elements of music, and have skill to interpret and translate them into sounds, it empowers us to communicate and experience music in a meaningful way. Our musicianship courses aims “a live theory” rather than
“written theory” cultivated deep-rooted musicianship which is called an “inner ear” 

 

Benefit of group lesson 

It is fun and interactive:
Developing the musical elements in a positive, friendly atmosphere where the child does not feel threatened or apprehensive.

 It is to increase their listening skills, to understand pitch and rhythm, and to interact physically with each other.

 It reinforces the relationship between music, memory and social enjoyment when working with a partner all together.

 It will improve cognitive development through making music together and listening to others
make music, an understanding of musical theory is needed to be able to convert the markings on the page into musical sounds. This skill can be developed by an ensemble group. 

When we are watching, listening, thinking, and playing together,not only does it help children to develop their ensemble skills, it also gives them an important place from the early stages as individual plays becomes a social activity, providing a sense of inspiration and generating impetus and motivation for practice. Care, share, fun, responsibility, and team work .

 

Me And Music: Little Musician through musicianship course developing children's auditory memory,co-ordination,listening skills, communication, expression and creativity.

 

Musicianship  through singing , movement and dance for 0-6Years  (6-8children /group)

 

Stage 1:Babies(0-12months) enjoying and experience music with adults

stage 2:Toddlers(1-2 yrs)Expose the children to  musical experience with adults accompanies

stage 3:two to three years start respond to the musical activities with  Adult accompanies

stage 4:three-four years start to learn to take ownership( parent not present)

stage5:Four to five years Left on their own and take owership

Stage6:five-six Becoming confident individuals and Independent

 Musicianship through piano Group lesson four years upward   ( 4 children / group)

stage 1:four to five years "play by ear" 

stage2:five to six years play from "Graphic notation"

stage3:six to seven years "conventions notation"

stage4:seven to eight years "play by sight"

 

 Musicianship through singing ,movement and dance for early years(6-8children /group)

 

 Musicianship through piano Group lesson for  four years upward (4 children/group)

 

News

SpringTerm Start!

Date: 8th Jan 2017

 

OPEN DAY

Date: 8th Jan 2017

Time: 10:00-12:00

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