How To Organize Your Own Training Course With The Program Soft Mozart
In the Hiner Method. keyboard instruments are used not only as a concert instrument, but primarily as the basis for all musuc education. Piano keys are the implementation of the Music Stave with which a student can interact.
During the past century of music development, the Music Stave and piano keys have become a specific converter in the process of learning, and pieces of music--many pieces, operas and symphonies--have been converted into piano key versions. The skill to play the piano is a part of a training course in professional music schools.
Essentially, the Hiner Method is another step in the development of music education. Using an alphabetic and interactive Music Stave lets us broaden the range of music education available to the public.
At the root of the Hiner Method lie the best traditions of world music education, especially those of the Russian Music School.
The Russian Music School contrasts with all other schools in the world in that it has a special, three-stage music education ( primary one at schools, secondary one at academies and colleges of music, higher one at conservatories and universities), which are all supported by state aid.
Due to the regular state investments, the music education in USSR and the former USSR republics received an academic development that formed up in a well-constructed system, which has no comparison in the world.
Computer technologies, used in the Soft Mozart system, have helped not only recreate but also deepen the best achievements of music education.
The Hiner Method has intergrated such subjects as hearing training, solmizating, music dictation, transposition, harmony, listening to music, music literature, music theory and others into a unified system. The accessibility of computer technologies and digital keyboards and pianofortes has made the musical education more effective and accessible for more people, and this number is constantly growing.
The system of the music education “Soft Mozart” is based on three basic principals of academic pedagogics, which were declared by John ( Jan) Comenius:
- From simple to complicated
- From concrete to abstract
- From general to specific