“Music – The Beautiful Language of the Universe”
We hope to Teach you the basics of music, and to Inspire you to use the Black and Whites to Unlock Creativity, Strengthen Analytical Reasoning, and Color the World. The Piano holds the 88 Keys to the melodies of life!
Music Good For The Brain?
Knight Of Music
Practicing repertoire and Prepping Message….and Rambling On!
Flash Cards Learn to read notes with Randomized Flash Cards. Using Flowers and Butterflies to appeal to parents and kids, these visuals should provide anyone with the ability to learn where the notes are.
>> Note Reading Exercises
Symphony No.40 m.1
House Of Midis Watch colorful displays of popular Classical Music transposed through MIDI – (Musical Instrument Digital Interface). We want to introduce you to the extraordinary music of the Great Masters.
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Dual Video Concept
Improvisation Testing a new concept of Dual Video presentation while improvising on abstract, non-structured and fractalized themes. No thoughts to rhythm, timing or academic adherence. Just free flow of various finger patterns.
Beethoven Symphony No.5: Easy Version New Layout for learning songs and classical favorites. A Note by Note instructional video to get you started! Here is the Easy Version of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony. >> More Videos to Learn
Senior Event Setup
Senior Community Event
A quick video of setup and performance.
PianoForteSeries – A music event uniting generations through music. Vineyard Heights Music Event produced by Trazom, LLC and Michael Hawk. Music performed by Nick Poelwijk.
>> Miko Introduces Michael
Solving the Rubik’s Cube:
Having developed Ambidexterity through the piano, I contend that recognizing patterns and remembering sequential movements has become easier. Solving the Rubik’s Cube is similar to Playing the Piano – recognizing patterns and remembering movements. Also, I contend that listening to the Music of Mozart can facilitate Analytical Reasoning and Creative Genesis – and solving the Rubik’s Cube faster – lol!
One week of learning. For my Mozart Effect theory jump to 5:24.
Still slow, but but a bit faster. After listening to Mozart, I try solving the cube faster, one-handed and with my eyes closed! Jump to 2:45 to view.
Angels We Have Heard On High
>> Learn This Song (more videos)
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