Forte is a dynamic in music that means a particular part of a song is meant to be played strongly and louder. The other basic dynamic is "piano," which refers to playing music softly and quieter.
Two identical pieces of music can sound extremely different depending on the dynamics in each piece. Dynamics refer to how loud or soft notes or pieces of a song are played, as well as which style they are played with. Playing notes loudly or extending their length can add extra emphasis or power to the piece, while playing notes quietly or diminishing their length can remove emphasis from the section.Learn More
As of 2014, a 1940 copy of the sheet music for the U.S. Air Force's theme song, "The Army Air Coprs March," can be viewed and downloaded for free on the Library of Congress' website. The sheet music can also be purchased and downloaded from other websites.Full Answer >
On average as of 2014, a half-hour piano lesson can cost between $15-$30 while a full hour can have an average cost that ranges between $50-100. However, these prices can depend on factors, such as location and the teacher's overall experience. For example, in a remote rural or suburban area, prices may be lower than in a big city.Full Answer >
To sing like a professional, maintain proper posture and control your breath and how you are singing with your mouth. Singing is also improved by studying music.Full Answer >
To whistle with two fingers, cover your bottom teeth with your lower lip, put your pinkie fingers into your mouth, and curl the tip of your tongue. Take a deep breath, and blow the air across the tip of your tongue.Full Answer >