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15+ Piano Duets for Every Instrument and Skill Level

15+ Piano Duets for Every Instrument and Skill Level

Looking for some fun piano duets to play with your friends? Below, piano teacher Julie P. shares the 15 best piano duets for every instrument and skill level... One of the best things about playing an instrument is getting to play with others. If you're learning how to play the piano, chances are you're going to want to play with other musicians. After all, it’s a lot of fun to share the musical experience someone else. You can play duets with another pianist or with anyone else who pl … Read More

15+ Piano Duets for Every Instrument and Skill Level
Looking for some fun piano duets to play with your friends? Below, piano teacher Julie P. shares the 15 best piano duets for every instrument and skill level... One of the best things about playing an instrument is getting to play with others. If you're learning how to play the piano, chances are you're going to want to play with other musicians. After all, it’s a lot of fun to share the musical experience someone else. You can play duets with another pianist or with anyone else who pl
The Ins and Outs of Cadences for Piano Players
What are piano cadences, and how are they used? Learn the ins and outs in this guest post by Manassas, VA teacher Carol K...   When I first decided to tackle the word “cadence,” I thought to myself – “What exactly do I think of when I hear that word?” For me, the word implies an ending, or rhythmic inflection of sound, like the modulation of the voice in reading or speaking. This article will examine, in greater detail, what a cadence means to musicians, the types of cadences, and
The Only Guide You'll Ever Need to Playing a Violin in a Band
Recently indie bands like the Lumineers and Arcade Fire have topped college charts with their unique, genre-crossing sounds. String players in both groups help them to stand out and really make a mark in today's cluttered music scene. If you're interested in playing a violin in a band, with just a few easy steps you can get started. Follow along and you'll be on stage in no time! How to Join a Band If you're already confident in your violin skills, you'll want to either find an establis
5 Important Tips for Soprano Singers to Keep in Mind
Are you a soprano? Keep your voice in great shape with these tips from Saint Augustine, FL voice teacher Heather L...   Being born a soprano comes with both its perks and its challenges. On the one hand, we sopranos have a lot of the solos in choruses and choirs, and most of the highly dramatic arias and ballads. On the other hand, we tend to overwork and abuse our voice more often and get diagnosed with a lot more pathologies of the voice. Every voice type is special, and soprano
Videos: 4 Super-Effective Left-Hand Piano Exercises
Struggling with your left-hand piano technique? Don't worry -- it's a common challenge for beginners. Follow along with the videos in this post as teacher Liz T. shares a few helpful exercises...    One of the hardest parts about playing the piano is coordinating your two hands. Often your left hand and your right hand will be playing different notes and rhythms, and it can be really frustrating for beginners! You might also find you have one hand that is stronger than the othe

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