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How To Audition for Solos in Choir Songs in 5 Steps

Ready for your time to shine? Get ready for your upcoming choir audition with these tips from Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   Choir songs are all about group mentality. Singing as part of an ensemble, working on blend and teamwork, is very rewarding. But there are also opportunities to get in the spotlight once in a while, and those can be rewarding too. Choir songs with solos provide singers with a chance to sing alone – a very different experience than singing as pa … Read More
How To Audition for Solos in Choir Songs in 5 Steps
Ready for your time to shine? Get ready for your upcoming choir audition with these tips from Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   Choir songs are all about group mentality. Singing as part of an ensemble, working on blend and teamwork, is very rewarding. But there are also opportunities to get in the spotlight once in a while, and those can be rewarding too. Choir songs with solos provide singers with a chance to sing alone – a very different experience than singing as pa
How to Make Composing Fun for Singers and Pianists
Want to learn how to compose a song, but not sure where to start? Here, Saint Augustine, FL teacher Heather L. shares her strategy for teaching the process and making it fun at the same time! Read on to learn more...   Teaching my voice and piano students how to compose a song is a huge part of my curriculum. It is multi-functional, in that it works to hone students' sightsinging, musicianship, creativity, and theory knowledge in practice. And with most students out of school for
Strum Patterns You’ll Need to Play Hawaiian Ukulele Songs
Get your uke and start strumming! Music teacher Christopher S. shares how to play five common strum patterns... In order to play any stringed instrument, such as the guitar, mandolin, or ukulele, you have to learn how to strum it. Strumming is an essential part to playing the ukulele, which gives it that true Hawaiian-Island sound. In this article, I will discuss the different types of strum patterns used when learning to play Hawaiian ukulele songs and also the positioning of the hand
3 Reasons Pianists Should Be Playing Hanon Exercises Daily
Hanon exercises: they might not be the most fun, but they can make a big impact on your progress as you're learning how to play piano! Read on as Saint Augustine, FL teacher Heather L. explains why...   Sure, you could buy a technique book, a book of warm-ups, and a book of "finger-strengthening exercises," and work with all three every day. And some of you may be advised by your teachers to do so, based on your past playing experience and future goals. But if you're a middle-scho
Introduction to Reading Piano Notes | 5 Easy Steps
New to the piano? Reading piano notes is your first step to tackling that piece of music - check out these steps from Brooklyn, NY teacher Liz T. to get started... To be able to play the piano proficiently, you must start right away at learning to read sheet music! Follow these simple steps, and you’ll be reading piano notes in no time! 1. We’ll take the treble clef first. This is the staff that shows which notes you are to play with the right hand. If you are learning for the first

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