Before you start learning to play the guitar, you need to remember the string numbering. Many novice guitarists think that the first string is the one on top. In fact, the first string is the thinnest, it is located at the bottom. The top string, the thickest, is number 6.
Next, you need to learn the numbering of the fingers of your left hand. Usually, in notes or tablatures, it is indicated with which finger you need to hold a particular string. Continue reading
Music affects our brain much more deeply than any other human experience.Let’s look at some interesting facts about music.
Music helps premature babies
Children born too early need a long hospital stay in order to gain the right weight and get stronger. To speed up this process, many hospitals have resorted to the use of music. A team of canadian scientists has found that playing music to premature babies can lower their pain sensitivity and improve their eating skills, which in turn helps newborns gain weight. Hospitals use music that mimics the sounds of a mother’s heartbeat and uterine movements to lull babies born prematurely. Continue reading
Musical hearing is a set of abilities necessary for composing, performing, and actively perceiving music.
Musical hearing implies a high degree of subtlety of perception of individual musical elements or qualities of musical sounds (pitch, volume, timbre), as well as functional connections between them in a musical work (fret sense, sense of rhythm, melodic, harmonic, and other types of hearing).
Among the various types of musical hearing that are distinguished by different characteristics, the most important are: Continue reading