Want to learn more about classical music? Take a journey through musical history by comparing six versions of "Dies Irae" from the 13th century to the present.
Gain an understanding of pitch and dynamics, including how to interpret abbreviations for musical terms on sheet music in this music appreciation lesson.
Outside of volume and tempo, what gives a musical piece its distinct qualities? Gain an understanding of timbre or tone color in this music appreciation lesson.
How do instruments produce sound, and what is it really? Exploring a piano, gain a deeper understanding of how vibrations in the air become music in your ears.
Orchestras consist of four distinct sections: string, brass, woodwind, and percussion. Discover which instruments belong in each section in this music lesson.
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