My Heart Will Go On
When I heard "My heart will go on" playing on the radio this morning. While people are usually thinking about the romantic movie "Titanic", but for me, I always thinking and listening to the echo of melody of piano.
Playing piano is one of my favorite hobbies to do during my free time. I have been playing piano since I was ten years old. One day my mother picked me up after school. As we got close to our house, I see a keyboard outside of my neighbor's house by their garbage. I went to asked my neighbor if I can have it. She told me "Sure", so I brought it home to my room; put batteries into it and it worked. I started to learn a simple song from beginner function. One day I accidentally played the beginning notes of "Titanic". I put my fingers on the note; do re mi fa mi re do; it turn out clearly of "My heart will go on". It impressed my mother and I. I continued to play kid songs and also tried to play the music I heard over the radio. It was hard and nearly impossible. Then I asked my mother if I can take real lessons learning piano.
First of all, every musician has to learn how to read the note. Then, I learn how to sit in the right way at the piano. When I sit down, my knees should come right to the edge under the keyboard, my shoulders straight back, my arms should extend with my hands. The next step, I learn the pattern of the sound on each notes on the keyboard. I noticed how the notes gave me different tones between high and low. If I mix the notes together with some tones and set to the rhythm I will hear the striking sound of music. I have learned on individual keys (eighty-eight keys are on the keyboard), some white and larger, some black and smaller. I move on to learning the basic methods for a while.
My teacher asked me "What is the first song I want to play?". I chose "My heart will go on", a romantic song from the move "Titanic". He gave me the note and I realize at the beginning of this song, the melody is very...