SM Music Tuition

Let learners learn. Listen.

Listen to learners learning.

Inspired by Markov Chain Text Generator, I changed my initial order of typical music markings or instructions given (words spoken or written and read within a lesson at the Drum-Kit and Piano) to create a mixed-up order that has its own pace, just as we all do when we first learn to play an instrument!

Octave chords

Rhythm, harmony, melody

Metre continues steadily

Pause, rest.

Staccato the treble,

Legato arpeggios,

Improvising kick, thud, boom, ting.

Hi-hat closed, open, closed.

Bass drum beats once, t-twice.

Bass drum beats once, twice.

Piano notes sustained.

Sustain the

Bash, thud, boom, ting.

Hi-hat closed, open, closed, open, closed.

Bass drum beats once, twice.

Piano notes ring

Sustain the treble

Legato arpeggios

Improvising bass line

Pause, rest.

Rest!

Boom, ting.

Sustain the bass line

Improvising bash, thud, boom, ting.

Bass drum beats once, twice.

Piano notes ring

Sustain the bass

Octave chords

Pause, rest.

Piano notes sustained.

Pause.

Rest.

I appreciate hearing the incredible progress of Music learners and encourage anybody learning a musical instrument that what sounds like ‘noise’ initially, can and will, with time and practise evolve into a beautiful, controllable new ‘voice.’

Suzanne, SM Music Tuition.

#Piano #Drum-kit #Learn Music #SM Music Tuition

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