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By: masayoshi yamamiya fishthemusic.com
Brand-new artist promotion service "Artist's explosion in Japan" by fishthemusic.com (Bigfish Network Inc.)What fishthemusic.com does;1. We play your song on our web-radio "music-islands.com." http:/ (read entire article)
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By: Maria Moratto
There is indeed just too much music in the world and because we keep listening to it, we are missing great sounds around us. John Cage once said “If you develop an ear for sounds that are musical it (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Beginners tend to get focused on reading the notes and finding the right keys on the piano and forget the point of playing - to bring personal sensitivity to bear on the music. Here's some ideas to (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Make a decision in the New Year to choose gifts that invest in your child's future and you and your kids can look forward to an honest return for your money. Piano lessons are among the best educati (read entire article)
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By: Santhanam Nagarajan
The great Emperor Akbar heard about the talents of famous musician Tansen (1492-1589 A.D) and invited him to his court. Tansen was given a place of honour among the nine jewels like Birbal, Abdul Faza (read entire article)
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By: Edward Weiss
If there were one genre of music that's perfect for music therapy, it would have to be New Age piano! Soothing and relaxing, the piano offers many benefits to those in need of respite. The wonderful t (read entire article)
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By: Peter Edvinsson
When I was a fifteen years old guitarist playing rock solos and classical guitar pieces I remember that I had a desire to be able to improvise on my guitar in a classical manner. Nowadays I have devel (read entire article)
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By: John T Jones, Ph.D.
There's something tedious about musical recitals. Last night my daughter-in-law said that she hates them. I think that anyone with or without a good ear can learn to hate them. My daughter-in-law has (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
The principles of piano technique are not difficult or mysterious. In fact they make perfect sense, but not in an intuitive way that would make students think of trying them first. Instead students (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Generally young children who enjoy educational activities such as reading, coloring, crafts and word games also enjoy playing the piano. One reason is because they enjoy doing things with their hand (read entire article)
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By: John F. Peterson
Having worked in music radio, most of that at Country music radio stations, for the past 35 years, I recently stopped to reflect on the evolution of Country music that I've seen and way Country music (read entire article)
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By: Cymber Quinn
Mr. Mosser’s Boutique Hotel For Musicians in San FranciscoRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.comTo read this entire featur (read entire article)
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By: Sydney Johnston
There are 147 million registered users on eBay, and tens of millions of those are desperately fighting to make sales on eBay. When trying to make thei (read entire article)
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By: Scott G (The G-Man)
Barcodes in commercials, wristwatch credit cards, and bathroom broadcasts are just some of the changes we're going to see as advertising keeps on blen (read entire article)
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By: Edward Cupler
Machine Heads / Tuning Pegs - Used for tuning individual strings up or down in pitch.Nut - Used to anchor (read entire article)
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By: Duane Shinn
It’s no secret that virtually everyone loves music in some form or other. After all, it is the universal language, and we all participate in it to so (read entire article)
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By: Syd Johnson
Itunes is one of the largest online music retailers. Last year, millions of people went online to download music from the store and organized their m (read entire article)
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By: Francie Kelley
Does music need to be "dumbed-down" for kids? The answer became quite clear to me and my husband as we observed how our own child resp (read entire article)
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By: Brent Wilson
You know 50 Cent by his music but in this 50 Cent biography you will get to know more about the man and where he came from. With so many obstacles in his way, this individual was determined to make i (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
I frequently hear concerns from parents of young piano students about their child's hearing. The most common question asked is, “Does my child have a “good” ear?”I usually respond with someth (read entire article)
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By: Jamie Jones
You're a beginner, and you want basic guitar lessons to start you off. But you're confused by all the choices: which would be the best guitar learning technique?Guitar lessons are like anything else: (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Sometimes piano students shy away from learning “music facts” because they see them as rules they have to follow. Teaching music facts in a way that is interesting to kids offers creative perspe (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Does your young child taking piano lessons or your piano student pause at each bar line in the music? Would you like to see them play through their music without these unnecessary interruptions? Her (read entire article)
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By: Edward Weiss
It really doesn't take much to improvise. A few chords, a scale to play in and that's that. But once these technical decisions are out of the way, we must allow our feeling to guide us.Playing this wa (read entire article)
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By: Susan Jarema
We all feel it – the pressure to fit in all of those extra-curricular activities for our children. We drive halfway to the moon and back and yet still need to keep the fridge stocked and provide fo (read entire article)
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By: Susan Jarema
As I sit here writing, I can hear in the background my children humming and singing while they play. My four year old son is trying to make up his own rhyming lyrics to a melody he's made up on the p (read entire article)
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By: Edward Weiss
When most of us think about taking piano lessons, the last thing we think about is turning on our computer. But now, thanks to the Internet, you can take piano lessons online and learn from an online (read entire article)
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By: Raymond DeChampfleur
When it comes to music, rock n' roll is still king. People the world over still list rock n' roll as their favorite music genre. You may be one of those people who truly appreciates and enjoys rock (read entire article)
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By: Sujanti Djuanda
The students could be in the bad mood while taking lessons. Force them to play will not make them playing well even the kids often persist in not wanting to play. Let them just sit with no activity is (read entire article)
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By: Steven Gillman
What is the connection between music and the brain? Is it possible that music can help you think better? The research says yes, and after telling you about some of it, I'll let you in on an even faste (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
John Paul Walters is a wonderful pianist and composer of children's music CDs that adults really enjoy listening to with their kids. His heartwarming, lyrics and lyrical arrangements of old tunes bri (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
The beautiful melody, Simple Gifts, is from a book of songs published in the 1840s by the Shakers, a religious group who settled in areas from New England to Kentucky. The melody for Simple Gifts was (read entire article)
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By: Kavit Haria
Yes, it really is possible to go bananas with your music! Take my word for it, because I've helped many musicians do so in the past and here's your chance to do it to. One of the most important ways t (read entire article)
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By: Kavit Haria
How many times have you been on stage, and seen yourself appear different from when you are naturally being yourself, and “off-stage”?Performing is no “ordinary” activity, even if you do it we (read entire article)
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By: Kavit Haria
The music world is big, really big, but the potential and ability around is truly magnificent and the world always provides you with a platform to express yourself and unleash your potential.In order (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Kids wonder about everything. “Why did you do that?” “What are you doing?” “What's that for?” If the questions are starting to get to you, it just means its time to use this energy to f (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Piano sheet music provides a great incentive for piano students giving them a chance to expand their repertoire and play special pieces chosen just for them. Piano lesson method books are important (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Raising children can be trying. At times so much so that it even tempts devoted parents to wonder, “How does the world manage to re-populate itself?” So keeping a sense of humor is really impo (read entire article)
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By: Kris Kibak
Metallica is perhaps one of the best known metal bands around. In May of 1951, Lars and James made their first introductions. This meeting was shortly followed by the formation of Metallica just five (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Help your child in piano lessons learn to be organized and they will learn a whole lot more. If your child can't seem to get from A to B without wandering through everything else in the alphabet firs (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Posture is so important to developing good piano technique that without it students may never learn to play the piano with ease. Stories that use analogies are a great way to get through to children (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Sometimes parents of piano students think all they need to do to support their children in piano lessons financially is to pay for their piano lessons. This is wonderful, but your financial support s (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
“Do I have to?” How many times have you heard your child use this phrase? Too many times to count? Would you like to change that? You can! How we use language makes a positive or negative d (read entire article)
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By: Juanita Clark
Crunk music is a specific type of hip hop music, based out of the southern states. Crunk (sometimes spelled Krunk) is high-energy, club-oriented hip-hop.In the hip hop society, crunk rappers have been (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Children are often curious about the pedals on the piano when they first come to piano lessons. There are four common questions inquiring, young musicians want to know about the pedals. Here are the (read entire article)
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By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Piano students and their parents are just like everyone else. Before they invest their time and energy in something, they want to know, “What's in it for me?” This is especially true with learni (read entire article)
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By: Donna Flynn
You say you want to sing. What does it mean to sing or to be a singer? The answer may appear obvious, but is it?When we think of singing, we may think of a specific song or performer. We may think (read entire article)
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By: Kathy Unruh
Learning the guitar fretboard can seem like a daunting task to many beginning guitar students. However, if you adapt a systematic approach, it can be a fairly easy thing to do. But some of you may be (read entire article)
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By: Ron Worthy
You are neither too young nor too old to play piano and compose. If you think otherwise, get that fairy tale out of your head.A few geniuses began at age 3 and burned out in middle age. Gustave Mahl (read entire article)
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By: Seb Jarakian
Remix albums are a hot thing now and Everything But The Girl were definitely in line to release their own remixes perfectly compiled on an album. I have to admit I am always first in line to purchase (read entire article)
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