Spring is a time when we typically do some kind of deep cleaning in our lives. As we’ve come to know the term it usually involves our home and living space. We get rid of the winter pile-ups and make a clean and productive space to move forward into spring. Time To Clean Up
Piano Voicing Melodies – Tips and Tricks This article is for piano teachers who are helping students voice, or project, a melody against the harmony of a piece. Tips and tricks shared here are beneficial for a wide range of students starting with those who are beginning simple pieces with intervals played along with
Clocks And Piano Don’t Always Play Well Together In a previous article I outlined why we should use Repetitive Practice constructively rather then watching a clock. This article details the application of constructive piano practice and gets students away from looking at the clock and more involved in constructive repetitions and efficient practice. Applying Constructive
This article details 3 different tips to improve sight-reading for beginning through intermediate piano students. These ideas can help in building fluency with new pieces at a quicker rate, and can help with overall note-reading comprehension. As most students and teachers know, sight reading and overall note-reading ability is a crucial part of piano study.
Music lessons are awesome! We love when our children say they want to take lessons, and we LOVE hearing those great songs coming from their instruments. But let’s face it, getting them to practice that instrument can sometimes be challenging. “Practice makes perfect,” we’ve heard it and we know it to be true, so this
Holding your guitar may seam simple enough but it’s also a really good practice technique and tip. Read this article to find out what this guitar practicing tip can do for you.