Original title: La Musique Classique expliquée aux enfants
Classical music explained to children (adults tolerated)
The music lesson of Jean-François Zygel, with the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra - directed by Frédéric Le Clair For his eleventh lesson in music, Jean-François Zygel reveals the secrets of classical music to children, with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France. To take your first steps in classical music: what is a concerto? a symphony? how to compose a beautiful melody? By addressing both children and adults, Jean-François Zygel and the musicians of the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra train us in music, with humor and simplicity, in the kitchens of "great music".
Bonus: - An illustrated poster with definitions of musical terms - The minutes of the Professor Solfège: in one minute, Jean-François Zygel explains you the name of the notes, the appogiature, the fugue ... - What can we do with a piano? - Themes and variations: Jean-François Zygel improvises on the piano on "I have good tobacco" and other famous themes