Einsatz and scales.
June 11, 2012 at 3:14 AMEpisode I:
Studio class. It's M H's turn. She's a Chinese twenty year old from China. Her solo rep is Sibelius. She's having a hard time with the pitch and the tune.
Teacher: No, no, no! That's e flat! This is in diminished scale!
Quartet instruction. It's the string instructor (German) and us (cello is also German).
Teacher: Alright, who gives the satz?
Evah Gold arrived by mail. It's in a shiny sleeve. Wonder how it sounds.
From Atilla YasarWhat do you mean by the first lesson of the day?
Posted on June 12, 2012 at 12:11 PM
I understand the first sentence that said that scales are an important part of solfege instruction, but the second sentence, 'Scale is important', did that mean something else or was is exactly the same?
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