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Where (and How) to Buy a Kids' Drum Set

Where (and How) to Buy a Kids' Drum Set

Giving your child the chance to play a musical instrument is an investment that will benefit them in the long run. Even if they don't end up committing to it, any brief encounter with music will have a lasting effect on their life! With the right training, they will have a deeper understanding of music and they will certainly have more appreciation for it. With that being said, picking the right instrument for a child aspiring to play the drums can be a daunting task. There are hundreds of choi … Read More

Where (and How) to Buy a Kids' Drum Set
Giving your child the chance to play a musical instrument is an investment that will benefit them in the long run. Even if they don't end up committing to it, any brief encounter with music will have a lasting effect on their life! With the right training, they will have a deeper understanding of music and they will certainly have more appreciation for it. With that being said, picking the right instrument for a child aspiring to play the drums can be a daunting task. There are hundreds of choi
How to Play Ukulele: 5 Easy Ukulele Songs
Once you've mastered playing chords on the ukulele, you're ready to move on to tackling some songs. Here are 5 easy ukulele songs that are great for beginners. Remember, it's okay to start slow and gradually increase your speed until you're playing the song at its normal tempo. Alouette This French folk song is light and breezy. With just two chords for you to master, this is a great song to practice singing while playing once you get the chord transitions down. Tabs and chords for
Learn Bass Guitar: How to Play a Walking Bass Line in 3 Steps
Looking for a way to make your bass lines move? Bass guitar teacher Miller W. shares his three step plan to creating walking bass lines... The walking bass line is one of the most fundamental parts of American music. It is found most commonly in blues and jazz, but as you learn bass guitar, you will hear its influence in almost any style of music. A walking bass line provides a strong rhythmic and harmonic foundation by smoothly moving from each chord to the next using four quarter notes per
4 Reasons Why Every Singer Should Own a Keyboard
When you're learning how to sing, having the right tools is essential. Among those should definitely be a keyboard or piano -- continue reading to find out why in this guest post by St. Augustine, FL teacher Heather L...   I've met singers over the years coming from all sorts of backgrounds and with all sorts of ideas of what being a singer really means and what tools it takes to stay good. Opera singers, rappers, folk singer-songwriters and everyone in between have crossed my path. I
Introduction to Ragtime Piano: 5 Iconic Pieces to Know
Curious about ragtime piano music? Read on as music teacher James W. shares a quick introduction to the genre, and the 5 iconic pieces you should know!  Ragtime piano music is characterized by its syncopated rhythm, which simply means that the accent is unexpectedly placed on the off beat, like the 2nd beat and the 4th beat in a 4/4 time rhythm. This “offbeat” style became famous at the turn of the 20th century with songs written by Scott Joplin like “The Entertainer” and “Maple Leaf Rag”,

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