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Piano Tutorial For Complete Beginners

...is simply a series of notes that explore a key or tonality through a step-by-step sequence of notes. The different notes in major and minor scales can be arranged in a way that builds the basic chords we hear in music. We’ll discuss more about chords in a bit.   The C major scales’ fingering pattern can be applied to lots of other piano scales, so this is a great place to start connecting your hands with scales. We recommend learning the scales with your hands together instead of separately even, but feel free to split your hands up if... Read More

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Rhythm Guitar vs Lead Guitar

...which finds its origins leading all the way back to Ancient Greece. Two instruments are typically credited for developing the modern guitar: the lute and the oud. Guitars as we know them began showing up in Spain in 1200. Early guitars featured a rounded back, wide fretboard, and several sound-holes.   The Guitar Today   In 2016, there are few places on the planet where you wouldn’t be able to find a musician with a guitar. Although the classical guitar still plays a significant role within art and classical music styles, pop music featuring electric guitars are credited for giving the guitar its widespread ... Read More

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...then technical exercises are the calisthenics. The whole point of warming up on the saxophone is to ease into playing so that you avoid stress, strain, and potential injury. The basic idea is to go from simple to complex. Think about a weight lifter. A weight lifter is not going to deadlift his or her maximum weight immediately. He or she is going to lift a hundred pounds, then take a break, then lift two hundred, then take a break, etc. That’s why we begin our saxophone warm-ups routine with long tones. We want to keep this ‘simple to complex’ idea ... Read More
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