The pentameter is not necessarily the same as the pentameter, but the pentameter is both the form and the pronunciation, so the piano can read the pentameter very well, but the guitar is free, so long as the tone is right, it doesn’t matter where it is. Most classical people die as pianists.
The staff used for piano is not suitable for guitar. I strongly oppose guitar pentameter, no matter classical, even more so ballad electric guitar, although I see no problem with pentameter. Many people do not understand harmony when they look at the pentameter. They just play it mechanically. It is difficult to practice and they forget it quickly. To the end of the day. “Throw away the staff, learn harmony, you can fly freely”, an appealed appeal.
In fact, harmony, counterpoint and so on are specialized subjects, which are not directly related to the ability to read the spectrum. If you want to study acoustics and other disciplines, you must be able to read the five-line spectrum than only look at the six-line spectrum has a certain advantage (so-called only look at the six-line spectrum refers to only recognize the position of the spectrum). It seems that no music theory can be explained with six lines, though I do not understand music theory.
I don’t think anybody would laugh at you for not playing pentameter if you could still play wonderful music on the sixth line
Many tunes are written with five lines; many beginner, hands-on exercises are written with five lines; none of these tunes have been turned into six lines or are hard to find, so if you want to play these tunes, you have to learn the pentameter, which, you might say, is compelling unless you don’t bird them.
It’s easy to learn the five-line score in a few hours, but the process of familiarity needs to be relatively long. In fact, the six-line score is also the same. It also takes a long time to practice to achieve the immediate correspondence with the fingerboard.
As far as the guitar is concerned, the six-line spectrum has many advantages. However, it has to be admitted that many of the six-line spectrum errors, not the six-line spectrum itself, but irresponsible producers.
Ha ha, even those who do not want to learn even the five score line, have patience and the right way to learn harmonies and learn music?
In fact, the man who invented the pentameter was very, very great, because there used to be no standard for’reading’and’writing’ music. Every musician is different from that other people how to understand it? Unification is good. It’s almost impossible for some people to have a new life with the money written by the first emperor of Qin Dynasty, but at least there will be no contradiction in the future.
To assert responsibly that a man who plays a guitar in China has no genius at all. So, if you don’t want to be a self-righteous fool, suggest you drop the artist’s “personality.” Be honest and learn all the fundamentals that are closely related to music, including the pentameter.
All the deep, formal, lifelong theories of harmony, composing and playing, are written with a pentameter. Unless you are a once-in-a-century genius, you can completely overthrow this musical language pattern and system.
1. not necessarily.
2. the five score line solfeggio is easier than the six line spectrum.
3. music is easier to save music than fingering spectrum. Guqin is a typical negative example. It’s very convenient to read the pentameter too much. Just like the pentameter input method, it’s more difficult to master than pinyin, but after learning how convenient it is. Learning music can’t be limited to “playing” the guitar.