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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 … Read More
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
The 50 Most Romantic Ukulele Songs of All Time
Have you picked up the ukulele in hopes of wooing someone? You came to the right article! Today, ukulele teacher (and apparent pickup artist) Willy M. is going to give you 50 romantic songs that sound delightful on the ukulele... “All time” is a pretty long period of time, so I'm limiting my list to songs that have been recorded. Some of these might be old songs that were recorded later, but for the most part, I'll refer to songs that were recorded sometime between 1900 and today. I de
5 Stereotypes Lead Singers Face (& How to Overcome Them)
Do you sing with a band? If so, you may have been wrongfully accused of one of the many stereotypes lead singers face -- even if you're always on your best behavior! Here, St. Augustine, FL voice teacher Heather L. shares her tips for proving them wrong...   I'm the lead singer -- uh, make that the only singer -- of two bands, an acoustic duo and a guitar/drum/piano/mandolin group. And as much fun as I have in each rehearsal, and as well as I get along with my bandmates, being a lead
How to Deal With the 6 Most Embarrassing Singing Mistakes
Do you get nervous when singing, or maybe right before a vocal performance? You're not alone. Thinking about all of the worst-case scenarios can be scary! Luckily, these situations aren't the end of the world. Read on as Austin, TX teacher Gfire M. shares how to deal...   If we lived in a perfect world, our voice would always sound 100% our best, the venues would always love our choice of material and provide the best sound reinforcement possible, and we'd never, ever, ever make any m
4 Tips For Maximizing the Lifespan of Your Acoustic Guitar
Whether your acoustic guitar is brand new or gently used, you can do a few simple things to keep it in great condition! Follow these tips from guitar teacher Samuel B. to get the most out of your acoustic guitar... Let's face it. Acoustic guitars can be an outright nuisance to keep in shape. They're delicate, sensitive to both humidity and temperature patterns, and often have weak central support. While the desire to keep yours both easily accessible and on display in a stand or on a rack is

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