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9 MORE Amazing Benefits of Piano Lessons

9 MORE Amazing Benefits of Piano Lessons

We've discussed the benefits of playing the piano on the blog before, but there's always more to learn! It seems like every time we turn around, a new study has emerged that proves just how important music is to our brains, our emotions, and even our social behavior. Our friends at OnlinePianist.com recently pulled together a great round-up -- complete with videos and stats -- with some of the most interesting benefits of piano lessons and music in general. Below are a few we think are wo … Read More

9 MORE Amazing Benefits of Piano Lessons
We've discussed the benefits of playing the piano on the blog before, but there's always more to learn! It seems like every time we turn around, a new study has emerged that proves just how important music is to our brains, our emotions, and even our social behavior. Our friends at OnlinePianist.com recently pulled together a great round-up -- complete with videos and stats -- with some of the most interesting benefits of piano lessons and music in general. Below are a few we think are wo
Essential Scales for Jazz and Blues Piano Players
Curious about playing jazz or blues on the piano? Learn about some of the essential scales to learn in this guest post by Augustine, FL piano teacher Heather L...   Jazz music has been called the only truly American art form, born and raised on this very soil. A combination of the historical music forms of both African and Caribbean slaves and European immigrants, it may be the only way in which the "melting pot" objective was ever successful. To listen to jazz is to listen to A
3 Ways Your iPod Can Help You Get Better at Piano
What's the easiest way to get better at piano? Break out your iPod and find out in this guest post by Brooklyn, NY teacher Julie P...   One of the best ways to get better at piano is to listen to other pianists. This is true no matter what genre of music you play and it means that you can use your iPod to improve your piano skills. Do want to be able to play pieces by Chopin or Brahms? Listen to concert pianists play pieces by those composers. Do you want to play in a pit orches
Quiz: What Should You Write Your Next Song About?
Writing songs is hard enough work without having to deal with songwriters' block! To help you find inspiration for your next song, we created this easy personality quiz. Take the quiz and find out what your next hit single will be about... For more songwriting tips and songwriting prompts, check out our infographic guide 25 Ways to Break Free from Songwriters' Block! Share your songwriting ideas, struggles, triumphs, and questions in the comments below.   Interested in
Voice Therapy for Singers: How to Know When to Get Help
As a singer, your instrument--your voice--requires special care and precautions to avoid injuries. But what if the damage is already done? What symptoms should you watch out for, and when is it time to look into voice therapy? Learn more in this guest post by Corona, CA teacher Milton J...   As singers, we understand that the voice is an instrument all of its own. Furthermore, we should also understand that our voice is a muscle that requires its own workout, and is subject to i

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