Today, Mizue, one of the instructor at Bothell Music Lessons wants to introduce you to a resource blog about the play, Peer Gynt. The music was written by the Norwegian composer, Edvard Greig. The tunes that people are most familiar with from Peer Gynt are "In the Hall of the Mountain King" and "Morning." Enjoy reading the blog on this page of Mizue's sheet music website, "About Peer Gynt."
If you are interested to find out more about the big orchestral work (with tons of musical instruments), The Planets by English composer, Gustav Holst (1874 - 1934), please visit this page; "About The Planets, Op. 32" on Galaxy Music Notes which is run by one of the instructors at Bothell Music Lessons. She has a resource blog about The Planets as well as blog about the composer, Gustav Holst:
One of the instructors at Bothell Music Lessons, Mizue Murakami posted a resource blog about Charles Hanon who is famous for piano exercises. He was from France and from the romantic era. If you are interested, please visit this page, "About Charles Hanon" on Mizue's sheet music website, Galaxy Music Notes. On that website, you can also find free downloadable Hanon's exercises. We encourage piano students to take advantage of them. Please visit these pages:
Mizue who is one of the instructors at Bothell Music Lessons posted a blog about the famous Symphony No. 9 by Ludwig van Beethoven on her sheet music website called Galaxy Music Notes. Please visit the page, "About Symphony No. 9 by Beethoven" to learn about the symphony. Most people are familiar with the famous "Ode to Joy" melody sung by a huge chorus which is the last part of Symphony No. 9. Enjoy!
One of Bothell Music Lessons' instructor Mizue Murakami wrote a resource blog about what opera is, opera's history, and how it's developed by various composers in Europe. Please click this page: "About opera" on her other website to learn about it.