The piano is a crucial instrument in Western classical music, jazz, film, television, and most other complex western musical genres. Since a large number of composers are proficient pianists – and because the piano keyboard offers an easy means of complex melodic and harmonic interplay – the piano is often used as a tool for composition.
How Does It Work?
You probably wonder what do the music classes for children of 3 to 4 y.o. consist of? Since it is too early for children of this age start playing a musical instrument, the music classes for younger children consist of the listening to different pieces of classical music intergrated with movement, artistic activities, visual imagery and verbal discussion. All of it develops a positive attitude toward the music in particular and the learning process in general and leaves children wonder what's coming next.
Younger children will be though interact directly with the musical instrument right away and depending on their age, development and skill level learn to play simple melodies. They will also learn musical terminology and basic theory appropriate for their level. Each curriculum is designed individually, since there are no strict rules on when and how fast every child can learn.