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Lesson Posted on 12/06/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Western Classical Music

What Is An Trinity And Abrsm Graded Music Exam?

Keerthanalakshmi

I have 7+ years of experience in Teaching Piano, Keyboard, Guitar , Harmonium & Music Theory Classes...

We believe in the importance of all-round musicianship and this forms the basis of our exams. To become an all-round musician students need a range of interlocking skills – in performance, technique, notation, and listening and musical perception – as well as knowledge, understanding and... read more

We believe in the importance of all-round musicianship and this forms the basis of our exams. To become an all-round musician students need a range of interlocking skills – in performance, technique, notation, and listening and musical perception – as well as knowledge, understanding and creativity. These are the things we assess in our exams.

ABRSM exams are music exams rather than instrumental or theory exams. Examiners are assessing the quality of the music-making, not how it is achieved. For this reason we do not restrict examiners to assessing only their own instrument but require them to examine all instruments.

We have designed our graded music exams to motivate instrumental ,theory and singing students of all ages and a wide range of abilities. They are available at eight levels – Grades 1 to 8 – and provide:

How many marks are available?

Total marks in all individual Practical exams are 150.

  • 100 marks are required to achieve a pass.
  • 120 marks are required to pass with merit.
  • 130 marks are required to pass with distinction.
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Lesson Posted on 25/03/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Piano Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Western Classical Music

The Basic Rudiments Of Music.

Senthil Kumar

I am Piano Music teacher with Trinity Grade 8 practical and theory I have 22 years School and institution...

But in westren music there are twelve notes in each octave that are in common use. How do you name the other five notes (on a keyboard, the black keys)? The sharps or flats always appear in the same order in all key signatures. This is the same order in which they are added as keys get sharper or flatter.... read more

But in westren music there are twelve notes in each octave that are in common use. How do you name the other five notes (on a keyboard, the black keys)?

The sharps or flats always appear in the same order in all key signatures. This is the same order in which they are added as keys get sharper or flatter. For example, if a key (G major or E minor) has only one sharp, it will be F sharp, so F sharp is always the first sharp listed in a sharp key signature. The keys that have two sharps (D major and B minor) have F sharp and C sharp, so C sharp is always the second sharp in a key signature, and so on. The order of sharps is: F sharp, C sharp, G sharp, D sharp, A sharp, E sharp, B sharp. The order of flats is the reverse of the order of sharps: B flat, E flat, A flat, D flat, G flat, C flat, F flat. So the keys with only one flat (F major and D minor) have a B flat; the keys with two flats (B flat major and G minor) have B flat and E flat; and so on. The order of flats and sharps, like the order of the keys themselves, follows a circle of fifths.

                                     

If you do not know the name of the key of a piece of music, the key signature can help you find out. Assume for a moment that you are in a major key. If the key contains sharps, the name of the key is one half step higher than the last sharp in the key signature. If the key contains flats, the name of the key signature is the name of the second-to-last flat in the key signature.

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Lesson Posted on 22/03/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music Music/Instrumental Music/Piano +5 Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Western Classical Music Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Pop Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard Music/Instrumental Music less

Practice Song

Jyotish Gogoi

I have been teaching since 10 years and a representative of rockschool london since 3years, teach all...

Playing a song or singing a song is a bit different than technical exercises which are much difficult to do long hours, so before practising a student must fix his mind to think that he will give his fixed time in exercises and then later on the song. Songs can be entertaining but technical exercises... read more

Playing a song or singing a song is a bit different than technical exercises which are much difficult to do long hours, so before practising a student must fix his mind to think that he will give his fixed time in exercises and then later on the song. Songs can be entertaining but technical exercises are improvement boosters and it can help to develop so much, be it guitar or piano or singing. Lastly, whenever we repeat lessons for long we have to meditate on it with the full focus instead of letting the mind wander away from the real path of practice.

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Lesson Posted on 07/01/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Bhajan Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music/Harmonium +10 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music Music/Instrumental Music Performing Arts/Singing Music/Vocal Music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music Music Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Western Classical Music Music/Instrumental Music/Western Instrumental Music less

Saptak

Barnali A.

Weekday n weekend classes offered at my place, i also provide online classes world wide..certificate...

Seven swaras sa re ga ma pa dha ni altogether called saptak. There are 3 saptak mandra, madhya and taar mandra saptak means lower octav madhya saptak is mid and higher octave is called taar saptak.
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Lesson Posted on 26/12/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Western Classical Music +1 Music/Instrumental Music/Western Instrumental Music less

How to Read Guitar Tab Chords

Shiv

How to Read Guitar Tab ChordsWhen you see numbers stacked up on top of each other in tablature, this indicates that you areto play them as a chord. Here is the tab for a C chord:E--0----------------------------B--1----------------------------G--0----------------------------D--2----------------------------A--3----------------------------E-------------------------------The... read more

How to Read Guitar Tab Chords
When you see numbers stacked up on top of each other in tablature, this indicates that you are
to play them as a chord. Here is the tab for a C chord:
E--0----------------------------
B--1----------------------------
G--0----------------------------
D--2----------------------------
A--3----------------------------
E-------------------------------
The following example shows that you are to play the C chord four times:
E--0--0--0--0-------------------
B--1--1--1--1-------------------
G--0--0--0--0-------------------
D--2--2--2--2-------------------
A--3--3--3--3-------------------
E------------------------------
In the above example, you would strum the C chord four times. If, instead, you were supposed
to pick the chord one note at a time (an arpeggio), as in a finger-picking song or maybe a slow
ballad section, you would see the numbers of the chord spread out this way:
E------------0---------------------
B----------1-----------------------
G--------0-------------------------
D------2---------------------------
A----3-----------------------------
E----------------------------------
Notice that the above example is the same C chord played in the previous example, but this
time played as an arpeggio.
Expert Tip: I would highly suggest that whenever you are looking at tab, you keep an eye out for
groupings of numbers that actually make up a chord shape. I routinely see students struggling to play a
series of notes one at a time, and to finger them one at a time – and having the song not sound like it's
supposed to sound.
Then I take a look at the tab they're working from and point out to them that that spread out group of
numbers is really just a C chord, or a D chord – or whatever – played one note at a time, as an arpeggio.
And then as soon as they actually hold the chord down and pick the notes, the song starts to sound like it
is supposed to sound.
They were seeing it all as just some random notes, not the chord that I saw it to be. Once they saw it and
played it as a chord, the song came together real quick.
So keep your eye out for chords played as arpeggios, and then hold the entire chord down as if you were
going to strum the chord, even if it is going to be played as an arpeggio.
That's yet another example of why you need to be fluent with all your basic chords. If you need help
smoothing out your chord changes, be sure to check out all the exercises and video lessons in mySo Is There Any Rhythmic Info in Tab?
The best you're going to get with most tab, in regards to any hints at the rhythm of the notes, is
the spacing of the numbers on the tab timeline. If a pause is needed between notes – or if a
note is to be held longer – there will usually be some space between it and the next note. And
when notes are to be played in rapid succession, they will be closer together.
Take a look at the tablature below. This tab represents the intro and repeating riff in the Beatles
"Day Tripper." Notice the space between the first note (the open sixth string) and the 3-4 that
follows on the same string. On the Beatles' recording, that first note – the open E string – rings a
bit before they continue with the rest of the riff. The spacing of the notes in this tablature
example indicates that you are to sustain that note (or at least pause) before playing the notes
at the 3rd and 4th frets.
E-----------------------------
B-----------------------------
G-----------------------------
D-----------2---0---4---0-2--
A---------2-------2---2-------
E-0---3-4---------------------
Watch for the spacing of notes in tablature and treat longer spaces as longer pauses or longer
sustained notes (you'll have to figure that out by listening to the song). You would know for sure
whether the note was to be sustained or simply followed by a rest if you were reading the same
notation in real sheet music.

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Lesson Posted on 17/12/2016 Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Western Classical Music

Vocal Lesson-Basic Warm Up with Major Traids

Sharmi Chakraborty

Music makes survival easy !! Isn't it so? I'm fortunate enough to pursue my heart's calling as a profession;...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2-LNGBlFaY&index=3&list=PL7610540BB0C0F693
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Lesson Posted on 10/12/2016 Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Western Classical Music

Western Vocal Lesson-Basic Warm Up with Vowels

Sharmi Chakraborty

Music makes survival easy !! Isn't it so? I'm fortunate enough to pursue my heart's calling as a profession;...

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Lesson Posted on 24/11/2016 Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Western Classical Music Music/Instrumental Music/Western Instrumental Music

This is one of the songs I learnt a long time ago.It's called Le Coucou .

Rishikesh Subramanian

The piano is an acoustic, stringed musical instrument invented around the year 1700 (the exact year is...

The song is supposed to be an imitation of the way a cuckoo sounds. This is not a lesson but just a simple demo of an interesting piano piece. Here is a video of me playing this piece. Do message me for any queries. I repeat, this is NOT a lesson. read more

The song is supposed to be an imitation of the way a cuckoo sounds.

This is not a lesson but just a simple demo of an interesting piano piece.

Here is a video of me playing this piece.

Do message me for any queries.

I repeat, this is NOT a lesson.

 

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Lesson Posted on 20/11/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Violin Music/Instrumental Music/Western Instrumental Music Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Western Classical Music

Ways of changing finger position on violin by Dilora Yabukova

THE METROPOLITAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC

The Metropolitan School of Music (MSM) offers internationally recognized music education and examination...

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Lesson Posted on 18/10/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Western Classical Music

Suspended 2 chords & minor 9th chords are same

Mainak Roy

I am an experienced, qualified guitar tutor with over 8 years of experience in giving specialized lessons...

If you check carefully and calculate the degree of the notes of the chords, you will find that sus2 chords (3rd shape) and minor 9th chords (3rd shape) are the same. :)
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