time:2010-09-17source:Australian Times Author:network management


When I drove to Mr. Li Yunsheng's house, I only found out that I had been here a year ago when I sent garbage ads. At that time, I am afraid it is hard to imagine that this "mansion" was actually the residence of a Chinese, and the interior was full of elegance and tranquility. In addition to the two pianos, there is also a "chime" in the living room. Mr. Li explained that this is a kind of ethnic musical instrument of another country, and it is placed here only for decoration. And I clearly felt a kind of bright and dark music in the room. Upon closer inspection, I discovered that it was the sound of running water. The fresh air seems to be the aura created by Yu Boya and Zhong Ziqi's "High Mountain Flowing Water".

It is also a blessing to mine in such an atmosphere. I started to ask Mr. Li how to teach piano in Australia. He succinctly summarized four "importances": attitude is very important; time is very important; environment is very important and teaching methods are very important.

First of all, without a persistent attitude, piano learning can only be abandoned halfway. Speaking of this, Mr. Li sighed and said: "The road to music is very difficult. Most children learn piano from me when they are very young, but most of them choose accountants, engineers, Doctors and other relatively stable and high-paying industries. There are also some very talented students who later gave up the path of music due to the opposition of their parents. Of course I think that you must be top-notch in everything you do. Individuals are as lucky as Wang Jiangyu, Li Yundi, Lang Lang, and YoYo Ma. So, just do your best. There are definitely many benefits to learning music."

Secondly, Mr. Li believes that the earlier you start to learn piano, the better. This is because young children are like a blank sheet of paper, whether it is to cultivate the sense of music, train the brain's sense of volume, rhythm, finger flexibility, or cultivate temperament. , Developing imagination, etc., are all very beneficial. "Personally, Lang Lang is very powerful. He was able to successfully walk into the world. In addition to his'born in time', hard work and conscientiousness, there is also a very important point that is, after completing the basic skills practice, imitating, and understanding music. He can use his personal insights accumulated over a long period of time to feel music and penetrate his passion into it. This is inseparable from his learning piano since the age of 3." In addition, people who are proficient in the same instrument can quickly master it. Other musical instruments are by analogy.

Again, a good learning environment will definitely have a multiplier effect. Mr. Li said that many young students insist on studying with their parents. In China, today’s children’s spare time has long been crammed: learning ballet, piano, judo, and tutoring. Mr. Li told me that in Perth, Chinese parents also attach great importance to education. Generally, parents will accompany their children to learn the piano all the way, and what's more, they will also take the camera to shoot the whole process, so that even if they can't play, they can supervise their children's practice at home. At this point, Mr. Li insisted: "You can't give your children too much free time to do unnecessary things." In other words, parents don't have to force their children to learn anything, but they can guide their learning according to their hobbies. Educators in Australia generally believe that play is also a kind of learning, as long as we make good use of it.

When talking about creating an environment for learning and education, Mr. Li resolutely emphasized: “I don’t believe in the existence of children without musical talents.” Although many musicians’ parents also love music, it’s very important to be in touch with each other. For example, Mr. Li’s parents’ early years Singing in the church is very good, but more important is the learning environment created by the acquired. "I started to learn piano at the age of 7 or 8. Unlike many children, I forced my parents to let me learn piano. My teacher is also very'excellent'. These have contributed to my love for music and piano."

Speaking of teaching methods, I recalled a period of helplessness when I was learning accordion as a child. When I first started to learn a musical instrument, I almost had to go through a very boring "etude" stage. I also remember that the neighbor on the opposite side did not know when it started. He became interested in the trumpet, so when he made the etude, it became a nightmare for our family. So I asked Mr. Li whether the piano with extremely high technical difficulty would have to go through a long period of tedious "Etude" training. If faced with Australia or Australia, which lacks interest in learning piano and has a high degree of freedom, How should children from Chinese Australian families teach them? Mr. Li replied that a large number of etudes were needed at the beginning because there were not enough music scores compiled and developed. Today's etudes are also very pleasing to the ears, and in the music, you can also select chapters of comparable difficulty for the most practice. This largely overcomes the boring teaching difficulties that children find. In addition, the teacher can also use playing music as a kind of "reward" to tell children: "You can play music today." This will make many children feel a sense of accomplishment and stimulate their interest in learning.

When it comes to rewards, Mr. Li said this is very important. Basically, like many primary and secondary schools in Australia, the children of Mr. Li's piano academy can accumulate small prizes and upgrade in exchange for grand prizes, and finally get the chance to be "on the list" and receive the prize in front of the whole school. "They never learn alone. I encourage them to listen to more concerts, write their experiences, and learn from each other in class like college students, just like the martial arts conference in martial arts novels. Such interactive learning can not only create for students A good environment for learning piano, and ideologically and morally, can make them a person who knows how to enterprising and respect others. "Children must definitely encourage more. In Mr. Li's school, children who learn piano all learn to sing. "The word'fear' is taught by adults. Children have no concept of'fear'. They are just a blank piece of paper. We should tell them how wonderful it feels to be applauded while standing on stage, rather than telling them How bad is the feeling of'fear', it is better not to tell them about these negative emotions."

Learning piano and music is not only learning music itself, but also learning the principles of life. In the decades-long teaching process, Mr. Li has always insisted on letting students study each piece of music while studying the growth of related musicians. For example, under what circumstances was Beethoven's "Destiny" created. How did Mozart persist in achieving the immortal music road.

The reporter noticed that there is always one thing running through Mr. Li's teaching interviews, that is, humanity. He emphasized that teaching methods should be tailored according to the children's personality, and children must not be tied to a chair to force them to learn. He said: "We should try our best to teach in a humorous and humorous way." Secondly, Mr. Li has always emphasized the need to stimulate children's interest and cultivate their ability to perceive music. He believes that the top students never simply imitate other musicians or simply rely on rational understanding and analysis of music; they are often very emotional people in front of the piano, playing with their own feelings without imposing their brains. Or finger any command. Finally, based on Mr. Li's own experience, no matter what he learns, he should learn as much as possible. Everyone should learn with the determination to become a musician. Although after this, many people did not choose to take the road of music. Mr. Li said that when he stood on the stage, was applauded and recognized, he felt that playing the piano was an exciting thing; and when he took off his performance clothes and returned home, facing the students, he felt that teaching piano It is also a very meaningful thing. There are many roads in life, and it is good for everyone to follow his own path. It is impossible for everyone to be langlang, but once you have done your best to do one thing, you will surely get rich returns.

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