Playing the blues on the piano is a fun way to come alive on the keyboard. Not only is it fun for you, as the player, but crowds love hearing the blues too. It is such a unique style of music that isn’t heard as often. If you would like to learn blues piano and take it to the next … Read More
Music is good for the soul. Every grade school student who did a science experiment that had plants listening to different kinds of music always found that it has a direct effect on growth and development. Most don’t take the experiment through all the way to the specific ways it helps the brain, but here are five specific ways it … Read More
The Music Hall of Fame is full of prestigious, hardworking, and talented musicians. Each has taken their chosen instrument and mastered it. By inducting these musicians, the world is acknowledging their contributions to the world. Here are three great men who have been recognized for their contributions on the piano, all in different categories. Johnnie Johnson: Rock and Roll Piano … Read More
Don’t be sitting there with an odd look on your face when someone uses the term “voicing” anymore. In this video you will learn what it means and how you can use it to change the sound of your chords. This video will open your eyes to the world of arrangement and just how wide the possibilities are. You can … Read More
The leader points at you and asks you to play an intro. No big deal right? What if it’s a new song and you don’t know the melody? Then, you look down and all you have is a chord/lyric sheet that does not tell you much information. YIKES!!! Here are a few tricks to help you on your way.
How to you get ahead? This VLOG (video blog) is about something that has helped me keep moving forward on any instrument I’ve every tried to learn.
This is something important to keep in mind when you are learning a new skill on the piano…especially when it seems like it is taking a long time. Please feel free to share your thoughts and advice below : ) P.S. My beard is little out of control today…oops…
So you messed up while playing the piano? Life goes on. Keep a few things in mind and you will be a lot happier in the long run.
Let’s be honest…there is a reason that most people struggle with learning how to play in new keys on the piano. I discovered this reason over and over again while teaching my college students. What is it you ask? Well…watch and see! Please leave your comments below and add to the conversation!
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