Traditionally solar global oscillations are considered less important for the dynamics of the solar atmosphere. This thinking has considerably changed in light of the currently available high spatial and time resolution observations, allowing us to perform magnetic atmospheric seismology. In our work we demonstrate how the solar global oscillations interact with the lower parts of the solar atmosphere (chromosphere and transition region). These global oscillations are coupled resonantly to local MHD slow and/or Alfvén waves arising in the inhomogeneous part of the solar atmosphere. Special attention is paid to the efficiency of this resonant interaction in the presence of atmospheric magnetic fields.