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How to Practice Piano Arpeggios | Tips and Exercises

How to Practice Piano Arpeggios | Tips and Exercises

Don't forget about piano arpeggios when you sit down to practice! Here, Helendale, CA teacher Sylvia S. shares her tips for playing and practicing them...   One of the great masters of 20th century piano showmanship was Liberace, otherwise known as the Elvis of piano performance. Liberace’s trademarks were wildly ostentatious outfits, candelabras atop the piano, and dramatic, finger-tangling sweeps across the keyboard of a grand piano. Those dramatic sweeps, known as arpeggios, ar … Read More

How to Practice Piano Arpeggios | Tips and Exercises
Don't forget about piano arpeggios when you sit down to practice! Here, Helendale, CA teacher Sylvia S. shares her tips for playing and practicing them...   One of the great masters of 20th century piano showmanship was Liberace, otherwise known as the Elvis of piano performance. Liberace’s trademarks were wildly ostentatious outfits, candelabras atop the piano, and dramatic, finger-tangling sweeps across the keyboard of a grand piano. Those dramatic sweeps, known as arpeggios, ar
How to Measure the Success of Your Child’s Drum Lessons
How can you be sure your investment in your child's drum lessons is worth it? Even if you don't know specific drumming techniques, there are certain things you can do to check in. Read on as Santa Cruz, CA teacher Joe M. shares his pointers...   So, your child finally has his drum set! He’s practicing all the time and both of you are eager to start his lessons. Or perhaps he’s been taking lessons but you’re just not sure if they are paying off? If you’re familiar with these scenarios
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It doesn't matter if you're a guitar player who wants to sing along with your music, or a singer looking for accompaniment - it can be tricky for all of us to learn how to coordinate playing the guitar and singing at the same time! Luckily, there are several ways to master how to sing and play guitar, and with a good amount of practice, you can learn how to master the skill. Before you begin, however, it's smart to have a strong foundation in both playing the guitar and singing separately. Ma
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