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5 Contemporary Songs for the Piano, Guitar, and Voice

5 Contemporary Songs for the Piano, Guitar, and Voice

Practicing any song on the piano can be fun at first, but after a while playing the same songs by yourself can be a bit boring. Why not find some songs for the piano, guitar, and voice? You can perform for others in a talent show or an open mic night, or just for yourselves and have a good jam session! With any of the songs for the piano, guitar, and voice, your music teacher can help you with some pointers, and might even be able to teach you the chords by listening to the song. Be sure to ask … Read More

5 Contemporary Songs for the Piano, Guitar, and Voice
Practicing any song on the piano can be fun at first, but after a while playing the same songs by yourself can be a bit boring. Why not find some songs for the piano, guitar, and voice? You can perform for others in a talent show or an open mic night, or just for yourselves and have a good jam session! With any of the songs for the piano, guitar, and voice, your music teacher can help you with some pointers, and might even be able to teach you the chords by listening to the song. Be sure to ask
50+ Lifechanging Apps Every Musician Needs
Musicians, teachers, and students -- listen up! Did you know you have a wealth of resources available to help you learn scales, improve your rhythm, check your pitch, and teach you new techniques? In fact, they're all probably in your pocket or bag right now. That's right -- you can find them all on your smartphone! Apps have come a long way in recent years, presenting new and creative ways to make your life easier. And for musicians in particular, it's convenient and easy to have tun
15 Fun-to-Say Japanese Onomatopoeias (with audio)
What Are (Japanese) Onomatopoeias? An onomatopoeia is a word where meaning is derived from a sound, or when a word sounds like how it looks. In English, we have onomatopoeias like "cock-a-doodle-doo" for the sound a rooster makes, or "crunch" for the act of crushing things. Onomatopoeias are quite common in many, if not all languages. We tend to notice them most in comics as sound effects: zippers "zip" and light switches "click." They're fun to say and they certainly aren't hard to learn.
How to Play Drums Faster: 5 Ways to Pick up the Pace
Want to know how to play drums faster? When you're learning to play drums, it's not always easy to increase the tempo without sacrificing sound quality. Here, San Diego, CA drum teacher Maegan W. shares her tips to help you play drums faster... Every drummer wants to know how to play drums faster. Even beginners have a natural tendency to try to play as fast as possible, even at the risk of sound quality. The bottom line is that it takes time to acquire speed. There are no quick fixes.
Flower Power: 4 Easy Ukulele Songs from the 60s
Ready for a time warp? Ukulele teacher Willy M. has five classic tunes from the 60s that are perfect for your ukulele! There was something about the music of the 1960s that has remained popular year after year. The nice thing about this for the beginning ukulele player is that 60s songs make great tunes to learn on the ukulele, simply because they're relatively easy to play. Here are five easy ukulele songs for beginners that come from the swinging 60s. 1. "Up Around the Bend" The f

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