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5 Best Songs to Sing for Contraltos | Building Your Repertoire

5 Best Songs to Sing for Contraltos | Building Your Repertoire

Contralto singers, listen up! Highlight your voice type with these top picks for songs to sing, as recommended by Hayward, CA voice teacher Molly R...   Are you one of the lucky women who considers herself a contralto? You’re a rare and special voice type for sure, but also in great company! Some famous contralto singers include Cher, Toni Braxton, Sade, and Annie Lennox in popular music. A contralto’s voice is known for being low (the contralto range is typically around F below mi … Read More

5 Best Songs to Sing for Contraltos | Building Your Repertoire
Contralto singers, listen up! Highlight your voice type with these top picks for songs to sing, as recommended by Hayward, CA voice teacher Molly R...   Are you one of the lucky women who considers herself a contralto? You’re a rare and special voice type for sure, but also in great company! Some famous contralto singers include Cher, Toni Braxton, Sade, and Annie Lennox in popular music. A contralto’s voice is known for being low (the contralto range is typically around F below mi
3 Piano Hand Position Exercises for Beginners
One of the keys to successful piano playing is proper hand placement. Below, piano teacher Ryan C. shares three fun exercises beginners can do to improve their piano hand position... When trying to teach beginner students the proper piano hand position, I’ve often found that telling them to “move this finger in such and such a way” is a fairly challenging task. This is especially true if they haven’t developed finger independence through other means. It very quickly becomes necessary t
Valentine's Day Special: 5 Easy Guitar Songs to Impress Your Sweetie
Is there anything more romantic than sharing a special song with the one you love? We want to help you pull out all the stops this Valentine's Day, so San Diego guitar teacher Allen D. stopped by our office really quick for an easy Valentine's Day guitar lesson.  All you need are a few basic guitar chords and a little bit of courage, and you're sure to impress the heck out of your favorite lady or gentleman! In the video below, you'll learn how to play: 5 basic guitar chords: G, D, C, E m
10 Different Ways to Tune a Violin
Are you unsure of how to tune a violin? Below, violin teacher Carol Beth L. shares 10 different ways students can tune a violin... Whenever you take out your violin--or any instrument for that matter-- to practice, tuning should be the first thing you do. Learning how to properly tune a violin is important for many reasons. Not only does it ensure you get the best sound, but it also helps train your ear. Even as a beginner level student, it's important that you learn how to tune a viol
The Surprising Benefit of Learning Guitar Without Sheet Music
We've talked about how to read chords and tabs before on the blog -- but what about a new approach of learning guitar without sheet music at all? Here, Austin, TX teacher Samuel B. explains his teaching technique...   During my college years, I was given a brief introduction to instructional methods common to Japan. Specifically, I was told that playing the shamisen or the koto (two native stringed instruments) is a skill learned by way of the student facing the teacher and playin

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