5 Priceless Composition Tips for the Young Composer
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5 Priceless Composition Tips for the Young Composer

Young children are very much interested in music, and they tend to grasp everything quicker. Most of us teach our kids how to play music, but we do not tell them how to read and write music. Thus most of them find it difficult to compose music on their own. When kids start to produce music they begin to foster life skills and become better at problem-solving. Composing music also imparts self-esteem in them, and they tend to have a powerful experience. Composing music is an art and the following tips for young composers:

Exposure to music:

If a child wants to write music, then he/she should be exposed to a lot of music. Children will register the music they hear in their minds and try to mimic the sound they have heard. You can play them in the car while driving them to school or you can play them at your home. Consider taking them to a musical concert to help them grow their attention in music. Make them familiar with the compositions of all the famous composers like Beethoven, Mozart, Bach etc.


Get them to play a musical instrument:

Based on your child’s interest you can introduce them to a musical instrument. When your child knows how to handle an instrument they will be familiar with various notes and sounds. They will start to learn music theory and the art of note reading. You can start with buying them a small keyboard or a guitar as you can play melody and accompaniment at the same time.

Encourage them to write a small piece of music every day:

Practising to write music is very important. No one writes complex music is just a day. They can first compose music with their instruments then learn how to write that piece of music; this will develop their listening skills. When your kid starts to do this on a daily basis, they will get better at it and also become interested in composing music.

Do not criticise them:

Children should never be criticised. They are continually learning, and you can never expect them to be the next Beethoven or Mozart in just one day. Continuously encourage their work and keep motivating them. Their music might be very small, and in some cases, they might not sound that right, but always makes sure that you always encourage them so that they will be enthusiastic to write more music. If you are familiar with writing music you can teach them how to write a piece and correct them so that they will write the next time correctly.

Consider giving them private lessons:

There are lots of composers who teach how to write music. If you think your child is very much interested in music, you can encourage them to take a class. On taking a class, your child will learn better as he/she is being trained by a professional.

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