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How to Write a Haiku | A Short History and 7 Easy Steps

How to Write a Haiku | A Short History and 7 Easy Steps

Interested in learning how to write a haiku? Learn a bit about their rich history, and then take a stab at writing your own with the help of this guest post from Cherese Cobb, creative writer and self-proclaimed haiku nut:   Haiku comes from tanka, a short poem that has a 5-7-5-7-7 syllable rhythm. It was originally practiced by Japanese noblemen and Buddhist priests. During the 9th-12th centuries, writing tanka became a game called renga, where one person wrote the first three lines … Read More

How to Write a Haiku | A Short History and 7 Easy Steps
Interested in learning how to write a haiku? Learn a bit about their rich history, and then take a stab at writing your own with the help of this guest post from Cherese Cobb, creative writer and self-proclaimed haiku nut:   Haiku comes from tanka, a short poem that has a 5-7-5-7-7 syllable rhythm. It was originally practiced by Japanese noblemen and Buddhist priests. During the 9th-12th centuries, writing tanka became a game called renga, where one person wrote the first three lines
Beginner Basics: Steps for Buying a Violin
Your first violin purchase might seem rather daunting. If you haven't purchased a string instrument before, you may not be familiar with the different makers or size ranges. A good violin is an investment, which means that a bit of research may be required beforehand. Buying a violin will be a purchase that will bring you joy for many years to come. Knowing what makes for a good-quality student instrument before you walk into a musical instrument store will keep you from being swayed by fancy-l
Arts and Crafts Ideas for Kids: 3 Simple Steps to Get Started
Ready to get those creative gears moving? Grab your kids and check out these fun arts and crafts ideas, courtesy of Virginia Beach, VA teacher Jenn E...   Art allows children to explore their imagination, plan, reason, and express their thoughts and feelings. Children who regularly participate in arts and crafts are more likely to be creative, innovative, and resilient. While it is common for adults to feel apprehensive about doing art -- since most stop once it's no longer a requ
Intro to Ear Training: The Best Resources, Videos & More
At the most basic level, ear training (also known as aural skills) is the process of connecting hearing and thinking. It’s also cultivating the ability to hear what isn’t actually there, by using what you already know about a song, exercise, or scale to identify pitches, intervals, chord progressions, rhythms, and even more advanced musical concepts. You also need to understand how they relate to each other. It's important to note (no pun intended!) that by “hear," we really mean “p
7 Great Audition Songs for Sopranos
The best audition songs for sopranos help singers stand out from the crowd and be heard when auditioning. The perfect song should be reasonably challenging, in order to show off your abilities, and should also exemplify personality. This could mean singing something to which you feel you can relate. Ideally, you should be able to create a tone similar to the original but, above all, you must enjoy the song. Almost all pieces, provided they are in your range and you can sing them well, wor

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