Melody and Timbre in Piano Performance

Da-wei YAN


Melody and timbre is a very prominent problem in piano lesson teaching activities nowadays. By giving examples and making comparisons, the article explored the meanings, the differences and relations between these two concepts. The article also gave a detailed explanation of the unreasonable parts in the knowledge of “piano performance”, thus revealing the inner rule of this type of performance. It will play an active role in regulating the piano lesson teaching.
Key words: melody, piano, performance of melody timbre
Résumé: Les sons et les timbres sont les deux problèmes très marqués dans l’enseignement du piano pour l’instant. Cette thèse profite des exemples et des comparaisons pour décrire en profondeur les deux définitions ainsi que leurs différences et liaisons. Elle fait un résumé concrètement sur les aspects non raisonnables de conscience sur «la méthode des sons» et elle nous révèle aussi ses règles de nature, ce qui joue un rôle très actif pour metter en unification l’enseignement du piano.
Mots-clés Mélodie, piano, exécution de timbre de mélodie

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