Friday, August 7, 2009

Music Education: Composition and Orchestration

Posted by Donnalyn Weir at 8/07/2009 03:26:00 PM
I understand how hard it is to be studying music because it doesn’t only need one’s talent on how to play a certain musical instrument or sing a certain piece but it also needs one’s knowledge on how to coordinate with the other musical instruments like for example to coordinate with the whole musical orchestra.

The whole thing about studying music requires not only the knowledge but good practice. It is very important that one can do what he/ she had studied that’s why it is very important that a student can experience a realistic sounding performance using a vast collection of orchestral instruments. Well yes, it is very expensive if you will hire the whole orchestra that’s why there is a new innovation in music education where one can do a realistic practice with a virtual orchestral instrument online. With this one, a student can practice and hear his play more realistic using vast collections of orchestral samples and virtual instruments.

This new innovation in music education can really help the student learn more and practice more realistically so that they will be more successful in their crafts. One of those that offer this services is Ravel Virtual Studios. Finally, learning the music composition and orchestration is easier and less expensive.

2 comments on "Music Education: Composition and Orchestration"

sam_emie on August 9, 2009 at 11:37 AM said...

your a good writer, good job... education goes always with learning process...it might in music or other significant field of education... keep posting

Pamela Nickens on August 27, 2009 at 12:10 AM said...

Music education also need to be prioritize because it is also a part of individual's development. We should not set aside this because it can really help one person.

 

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