10 Online Guitar Resources for Beginners
Attention beginner guitarists: you need to bookmark these sites ASAP! Check out this great guide from guitar teacher Milton J....
When practicing guitar, you may want to explore more of what you can do with your favorite instrument. Or maybe you need a little refresher on something you're working on with your guitar teacher. The following online resources can complement what you are learning before or in your lessons! Take a look below.
How to Tune A Guitar
Use this website to learn how
3 Often-Overlooked Parts of a Successful Vocal Performance
Stage presence makes a huge difference in how your audience will respond to you. Take a look at these performance tips from NY music teacher Nadia B...
Youve practiced, rehearsed, and its finally time to share your vocal arts with others. Sometimes, though, components of a successful performance can be overlooked after youve spent so much time mastering the music. Key elements of stage presence for singers include setting a unique musical intention, making use of physical space a
50 Easy Violin Songs for Beginners [Video Tutorials]
When you're taking violin lessons, it's important to find some easy violin songs to help you practice, boost your confidence, and improve your skills. With this list from San Francisco, CA violin teacher Carol Beth L., you will never run out of songs to play!
Whether you're playing violin for yourself or for your family and friends, it's helpful to have some relatively simple, familiar songs on hand. Perhaps those around you will even want to sing along.
Whatever the occasion, here
Intro to Classical Piano Music Styles [Infographic]
Curious about the history of classical piano music? Take a journey through history and learn about the four distinct musical periods in this lesson from Brooklyn, NY music teacher Julie P...
Musical styles are always shifting and developing. Throughout history, as musicians and famous piano composers experimented with sounds and instrument design, the music world expanded and more possibilities became evident.
Early musicians started with simple melodies, sung in unison. But
5 Things Your Piano Teacher May Not Be Telling You
Ready to start learning piano? If you're new to lessons, you might be wondering what to expect. Every teacher is different -- some may be more strict, while others may be worried about how they come across to students. Read on St. Augustine, FL teacher Heather L. shares a few insider tips to keep in mind...
There are three kinds of piano teachers. There are those who tell the truth, openly and all the time, those who sugarcoat practically everything, afraid to hurt their studen