Playing the piano improves coordination, relieves stress, and improves brain plasticity. It doesn’t matter if you start playing at 6, 14, or 65. However, some benefits are particularly important for certain age groups.
This short article explains why the ideal time to start classes is right now!
1. Preschoolers and primary school students
So far, there is no better way to develop concentration and coordination in a child than learning to play the piano. Continue reading
You were given a life sentence and there is only a piano in the cell? Then we have something for you… from Liszt to Scriabin-10 of the most technically complex works ever written for the piano.
1.Franz Liszt-La Companella
The work La Campanella, which means “bell” in Italian, is a piano transcription of the eponymous violin piece by Niccolo Paganini. The etude is considered one of the most complex compositions ever written for the piano. Continue reading
Music can be called a universal language. Regardless of the language in which certain songs are performed, for some reason we want to listen to certain music, even if we do not understand the meaning of the song at all.
Many scientists are struggling with questions: what determines a person’s musical taste, why some songs and music become “jaded” within a few years, and others are forgotten quickly. These same questions do not give rest to musicians and composers, because they want people to like their work. There are many sociological studies that can be found through the printing of booklets, magazines, and brochures on psychology. Continue reading