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How to Tune Your Violin: Online Violin Tuners & Resources

How to Tune Your Violin: Online Violin Tuners & Resources

As most violin teachers and prestigious musicians would agree, maintaining your musical instrument should have as much attention directed toward it as caring for the family pet.  Although your dog or cat doesn’t need regular tuning, your violin certainly does - or your playing skills won’t be popular with family or neighbors! If this is your first experience with playing music seriously, tuning your instrument may not even have occurred to you.  Nor will you notice, necessarily, slight changes … Read More

How to Tune Your Violin: Online Violin Tuners & Resources
As most violin teachers and prestigious musicians would agree, maintaining your musical instrument should have as much attention directed toward it as caring for the family pet.  Although your dog or cat doesn’t need regular tuning, your violin certainly does - or your playing skills won’t be popular with family or neighbors! If this is your first experience with playing music seriously, tuning your instrument may not even have occurred to you.  Nor will you notice, necessarily, slight changes
Piano Tips: How to Master Large Leaps on Piano
Are you intimidated when you see a large leap coming up in your piano music? Don't fret! Take control with these tips from New York, NY teacher Nadia B...   Leaps are one of many piano techniques, but an especially important one because they are common and often challenging to execute; moreover, in learning to execute leaps you will also master other important piano techniques, including preparation, rotation, breathing, and making use of the weight of the hand. The following tips
6 Piano Songs to Help You Learn Major and Minor Scales
Need to work on your major or minor scales? Piano songs abound by both classical and contemporary pianists that can help you improve your skills. Here, St. Augustine, FL Heather L. shares her recommendations...    Even as a piano teacher, I can be sympathetic to students who find themselves practicing major and minor scales over and over without any variation. Scales are often cited as the least favorite part of taking piano lessons. Sometimes, well, a lot of the time, the best wa
50 Best Blues Piano Songs (+ Steps to Play the Blues!)
Curious about blues piano artists and songs? This genre is a ton of fun to play, and a great way to diverge from the classical piano you might be used to playing. Read on for our favorite famous blues piano songs for beginners to check out, as well as some tips to help you play the blues! 50 Best Blues Piano Songs 1) Boogie Woogie Stomp — Albert Ammons 2) Rock Little Baby — Cecil Gant 3) Steppin' Out — Memphis Slim 4) The Snow Is Falling — Ray Charles 5) Heavy Heart Blues — Champio
How to Buy a Guitar: All Your Questions Answered
Getting your first guitar is a super exciting milestone in your musical life! If you've never made such a big purchase before, you might have a lot of questions about how to buy a guitar. In this guide, we'll go over the basics so you know where to go, what to look for, and the extras you'll need to start jamming out. What Kind of Guitar Should I Get? There are two main types of guitars, acoustic and electric. So, what's the difference between the two and what kind of guitar should you buy

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