Dr Med Sci, Master of Arts (musicology)and Composer-pianist Antti Samuli Hernesniemi presents results of his studies in peoples' medicine, in music and in other relevant topics in Finland and elsewhere. / Tutkimusta kansan lääkinnästä ja musiikista Pohjanmaalla, muualla Suomessa ja maailmalla. Municipalities for the study / Paikkakuntia mm. Kannus, Uusikaarlepyy, Evijärvi, Ylistaro, Ähtävä, Alaveteli ja Kaustinen. Lapinlahti, Varpaisjärvi, Korpijärvi. Ruovesi. Helsinki. Espoo. Tampere./
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Einar William Svan (1903-1940), suomalaissyntyinen muusikko ja säveltäjä USA:ssa / Mr. Einar William Svan, a musician and composer from a Finnish family
"In the Mediterranean" is a new piano composition by Dr. Antti Hernesniemi. It is in the same time a lyrical as well as a strong piece of music for a listener/musician who wants to find something new and original in piano music. You can load it at CDBaby store. "Välimerellä" on uusi pianokappaleeni. Se on samalla lyyrinen, ja samalla voimakas pianokappale, kuuntelijalle ja pianistille, joka toivoo löytävänsä jotain uutta ja alkuperäistä pianomusiikkia. Voit ladata sen oheisen linkin kautta "CDBaby Storen" sivulta.
My pioneer approach in the article/poster you have read here, was not any experimental one. To shed light on this area, I wanted to interview some voluntary persons which contacted me and which had been using "medial prehension" - as I call it. This area is TOTALLY uninvestigated. Therefore I wanted to get some " first glance view", some clarity on this interesting situation in the pedagogical field. Finnish school teachers have not been interested about the ways we learn to use our most important instrument, pen or pencil. Not even teachers of drawing and painting at academies. This item - how we use the pen - is of uttermost importance. With this grasp, this grip we decide how our brain, our thinking, our creativity develops. Best regards, Dr. Antti S Hernesniemi Turku Finland
The author has used "medial prehension" drawing and writing method since 1995 when he found it - not as the first inventor, as he soon could notice. He has earlier presented the grip …