How to tune the piano yourself, if 100 km from you there is no tuner?
How to tune a piano? Each owner of an instrument asks this question sooner or later, because a fairly regular game knocks his system in a year; after the same…

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Strings of the soul of Alexander Marshall
Once he preferred music to a military career and reached real heights: the Gorky Park group, in which he performed, became famous throughout the world, and all its members became…

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The turning point in the student musician
WHY DOES THE INITIAL ENTUSISM DISAPPEAR? There was a time when you eagerly awaited the opportunity to pick up a tool and flew like wings on lessons, rejoicing at your…

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The first tenor of the country

26 years ago, on December 21, 1993, the famous Soviet opera singer, People’s Artist of the USSR Ivan Kozlovsky passed away. He always had a huge number of fans who were ready to fight for him in the literal sense of the word – they fought with fans of his main rival on the stage, Sergey Lemeshev. It was said that with his one glance he beat women on the spot. He was married twice, but after a divorce from his second wife he spent more than 40 years alone, left the Bolshoi Theater and even thought about leaving for the monastery …

Ivan Kozlovsky was the same age. He was born in 1900 into a peasant family in a village near Kiev. These are usually called nuggets from the people. At the age of 7, Ivan was in the Mikhailovsky Monastery, where he sang in the monastery choir. Later, the singer said: “My mother dreamed that I would become a priest, and they sent me to school, from there it was a stone’s throw to the rank of bishop. After school, they were admitted to the seminary, where they studied for four years as a priest. If you wanted to become a theologian – another year. Then they could enter the academy. We lived in the Mikhailovsky Monastery. ” Continue reading

TOP 10 historical oddities related to music

10th and 9th place: Funny cases related to the French
It is known that Napoleon was exiled to the island of St. Helena. While in exile, he admitted once: “During the Russian campaign, my army had two main enemies: frost and Russian military music.” In fact, the French warriors fell into a panic from the fervent Russian songs, wondering why so bawl, and even in the cold.

The Great French Revolution was on. The generals, demanding reinforcements, wrote: “Send two regiments of soldiers or several thousand copies of the Marseillaise (French anthem). Do not believe it, but it helped! ))) Continue reading

Music therapy

A new morning penetrates through our windows with the music of an awakened world. With you, Irina Ivaskiv. So you listen to the music of dawn, and your soul somehow becomes brighter. Music therapy as a discipline is a new, unusual phenomenon, not fully understood. They started talking about her about 40 years ago. But today, music therapy is already a traditional part of treatment, recognized in many countries. This article is not a detailed study of a new phenomenon, but only a few little-known facts about the power of music.

Fact No. 1 The myth of Orpheus
The power of music restores clarity of mind to people. Remember the myth of the Greek god Orpheus, who, by playing the lyre, managed to curb the inhabitants of the underworld. Continue reading

How to increase your voice range?
Each vocalist dreams of having a wide range of working voices. But not everyone can use professional methods to achieve beautiful voices in any part of the range and try…

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The most vivid novels of the French heartthrob Yves Montand: Edith Piaf, Marilyn Monroe and others
He was not written handsome, but he was damn talented. He was admired by the multimillion audience, he was idolized and the most beautiful women of the world went crazy…

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How to learn to sing softly
Listening to world-famous singers, many are surprised: the performers so subtly convey the quiet nuances of the vocal composition that even the quietest words can easily be heard on the…

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Strange hobby, escape from home and other facts from the life of the “Prague nightingale” Karel Gott
He was one of the few foreign performers who were listened to with pleasure in the Soviet Union. Concerts with his participation invariably gathered full halls, and the audience sang…

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