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How to Sing in Falsetto: Tips and Exercises to Try

Curious about how to sing in falsetto? Check out these helpful tips from Ann Arbor, MI singing teacher Elaina R...   If you’ve ever listened to Justin Timberlake, you’ve heard falsetto, the upper register of the male voice. Falsetto is the male version of head voice, something that everyone with vocal cords has. Head voice is very important in all kinds of music, since it allows singers to easily access high notes. Do you want to learn how to sing in falsetto? Don’t worry – it’ … Read More
How to Sing in Falsetto: Tips and Exercises to Try
Curious about how to sing in falsetto? Check out these helpful tips from Ann Arbor, MI singing teacher Elaina R...   If you’ve ever listened to Justin Timberlake, you’ve heard falsetto, the upper register of the male voice. Falsetto is the male version of head voice, something that everyone with vocal cords has. Head voice is very important in all kinds of music, since it allows singers to easily access high notes. Do you want to learn how to sing in falsetto? Don’t worry – it’
How to Make Learning Piano Scales Easier
Learning an instrument can be a challenging but also rewarding pastime. If you’re a student of piano, learning piano scales can help lay the foundation for developing your skills as well as give you a better understanding of music, since most songs are based around the movement of scales. Learning piano scales can even get you started composing your own songs! Scales, chords, and related piano exercises are a fun and useful addition to your daily practice ritual. The primary scales are the 12 m
5 Crazy Piano Performances You Have to See to Believe
Think only rock guitarists burn their instruments? Or that flying performances are reserved exclusively for singers playing Peter Pan? Think again! These famous piano players are breaking all the rules with their unbelievable performances. Burning Love Pianist Yosuke Yamashita wanted to create a performance that would capture his passion for the piano. So, in the course of this nearly 10-minute performance, his piano was set on fire and he played until the strings are burned out and wi
5 Ways To Prepare For Bluegrass Guitar Lessons
Starting bluegrass guitar lessons is fun and exciting, and odds are you'll have a lot to learn! Guitar teacher Samuel B. shares a few things you'll want to do before you get started... Bluegrass is as much a piece of American musical culture as jazz, blues, country, gospel and early rock and roll. All of these styles (save for jazz) are based on the same three chords: C, F and G7th. Three of these styles (blues, country and gospel) are based on a slow rhythm that allows the guitarist room to ex
How to Get Ready for Your First Piano Recital [Infographic]
A good piano performance takes plenty of patience, practice, and persistence. And your first piano recital can be nerve-wracking, on top of that! Here, music teacher Liz T. shows you exactly how to prepare...   If you're new to playing piano, your first piano recital is a wonderful opportunity to showcase what you've learned in front of family and friends! However, performing can be nerve-wracking for kids and adults alike. Here is a suggested timeline to help you perform at your

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