I think this is a really interesting way to think about this. I do wish the camera angle had been better for us, though.
Bach-Lash! For those of you who haven’t yet tried out Google’s Bach Doodle music algorithm, I highly recommend it. It’s not Bach or anything close to it, but it is fascinating and great fun. Write your own melody and let Google’s machine harmonize it in 4 parts. If you’re interested, there is also a good … Read more
3rds, Perfect 4ths & Perfect 5ths––what began last evening in real life, continues in cyberspace. Dig in, everyone. The intervals are fine! (If you weren’t able work out what tunes A through E by sight reading them, download the answers here.) Perfect 4ths examples––chordal and melodic MUSICAL EXAMPLES Away in a Manger Here Comes the … Read more
And here they are! NAME THAT TUNE 7 answers HEY! No cheating.
Hi all, For those of you who couldn’t make this past session but are keen to have a go, here’s a link to our latest Name that Tune sight singing exercise. We’ll go through it together at our next (and final) session this coming Thursday 19 July. There’s a film/ musical theme going on here, … Read more
Here’s a recording of the Boyce Alleluia: individual lines, all together and various combinations. Try holding your own part. And enjoy! Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 All 3 Parts Parts 1 & 2 Parts 1 & 3 Parts 2 & 3
For those of you who missed the last session, here’s our latest Name That Tune! No cheating, no playing… find the rhythm, find some notes & intervals, and see what you come up with. Answers on the 14th. Enjoy! P&C
Helpful in understanding one of your hosts of LVW. But also a great way of finding new and soul fulfilling music, if you find the algorithms of Spotify and other services less than helpful.
As mentioned at our session last night, here is Name that Tune #5. Have fun with it and we’ll have a look at it in 2 weeks. Remember––no cheating! Stay away from that piano! No Bonanza theme tune. I promise. Name that Tune 5 – Download PDF
For those of you waiting with bated breath, and for those of you who couldn’t make it to our last session, here is Name That Tune #4. We will go through this at our next session and have a bit of fun. For those of you who haven’t done one of these before, the idea … Read more