Myth Buster – Do I Have To Take Piano First?
I am sure many of you heard the following when you were younger and wanted to learn a musical instrument: “You have to take piano lessons first, before you can learn the instrument you want to play” In my over 30 years of teaching experience, I have heard this belief numerous times. I have often seen the unfortunate results of following this idea.The Voice
Think of your voice as an acoustic instrument. Just like any instrument, even though it is able to produce sound, your voice requires proper care and tuning so that it sounds its best! There are a few different factors that play an important role in the proper way of singing.Benefits of In-Home Lessons
Ever since I was a little girl, I remember learning how to play the piano at home. I was eight years of age when my parents invited my first instructor to go over a lesson with me. I loved it!Modes Made Easy
A lot of people get confused by modes and try to stay as far away from them as possible. This article explains what modes are in a simple and straightforward way and will benefit anyone who wants to get a better understanding of how music theory and scale work. You will need to have an understanding of the major scale for this article.Finding the Right Guitar Teacher for Your Child
Finding the right guitar teacher can sometimes seem like a daunting task. Not knowing what questions to ask is usually the problem. This article will help you find the teacher that is right for you.The Theory Behind the Major Scale
The major scale is one of the most commonly used scales in western music and all the other scales are formed from the major scale. Having a good understanding of this guitar scale will benefit you with your understanding of music. This article explains how the major scale works and how you can work out the notes in any major scale.