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5 Rock Songs with Awesome Keyboard Solos

Interested in branching out from the typical classical piano repertoire? Learn how to explore the world of rock with this guest post by Saint Augustine, FL teacher Heather L...   During my past decade of teaching music, I've met a lot of students who seem interested only in taking drums or guitar. Why? It's not because they were particularly well-suited to either of them, or because they loved the instruments, but because they wanted to play rock music, and they thought that the only … Read More
5 Rock Songs with Awesome Keyboard Solos
Interested in branching out from the typical classical piano repertoire? Learn how to explore the world of rock with this guest post by Saint Augustine, FL teacher Heather L...   During my past decade of teaching music, I've met a lot of students who seem interested only in taking drums or guitar. Why? It's not because they were particularly well-suited to either of them, or because they loved the instruments, but because they wanted to play rock music, and they thought that the only
8 Piano Apps Worth the Download
You might think of your smartphone as something your music teacher asks you to turn off before your lesson. With the right apps, however, it can move from being a distraction to a tool that helps you practice, play, and learn about music wherever you are! Here are eight apps every pianist should have for Android or iOS. Metronome The simplest and most common tool for the beginner pianist is a metronome. If you’ve taken at least a few piano lessons, the myriad uses of the device have likely
Music Basics: Reading Keys on the Piano
As a beginning piano student, it’s important to gain an early understanding of many things in order to play the instrument as well as you possibly can. One of those early components is learning how to read keys on the piano in sheet music, and understanding the difference between major and minor. Understanding Key Signatures The key signature is marked at the beginning of every piece of music, immediately to the right of the grand staff (the treble and bass clefs on any composition). Key sig
14 Popular Violin Solo Pieces for Beginners
Just starting out on violin and not sure where to begin with violin solos? Here, violin teacher Naomi Cherie S.  has outlined 14 popular violin solo pieces to help you build your beginner repertoire. Whether you're brand new to the violin or you've been playing for a year or two, this list has some great songs for you to tackle... Note: We've included videos, violin tutorials, and violin solo sheet music to help you master these songs! About Violin Solos As a musician, solo pieces are g
Teach Yourself How to Sing: 5 Helpful Tools
Would you like to teach yourself how to sing, but aren't quite sure how to do it? Although hiring a singing teacher right from the start can get you where you want to be sooner, there are also some great tools for you to use when practicing on your own. The following can help give you a head start: 1. Keyboard One key to singing is understanding the notes, so the first thing you'll need is a keyboard or piano. You don’t have to invest in a grand piano, but getting your hands on a small keybo

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