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There are many new young musicians this time of year, probably because their parents got their children a new guitar, they are filled with excitement and wish to be the best right away, if you know someone, or have children that are desperate to be profesional musicians this tips are for you. Fingers on Strings It may be a siple thing, but in the beginning, no one...

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Being a virtuoso has a lot to do with something that is near magical, sometimes some techniques and compositions come from a place that can hardly be copied, that's why is so easy to know when someone is being replaced in a band, someone that really made it shine, and the new person filling the spot feels like an imitation. There are two interesting subjects that...

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When everyone thinks of Christmas, there is a song that always starts in their heads, a song that has been adapted worldwide and has become part of the Christmas spirit, this is "Jingle Bells". It's interesting to think that this composition has been able to stay alive for so many years, every year it comes as if it's tradition in the whole world to sing or...

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It is known that music has the power to send different messages and express many human emotions but it's uncommon to really go deep into which emotions, how and why these emotions are carried by the sounds of music, in this case it's interesting to think about one of the strongest feelings of people, hope. The Line If we think of music as a line,...

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It’s that “most wonderful time” once again – and if your studio is anything like mine, you’ve been eyeing that stack of Christmas song books for the last few weeks wondering when the right time to start Christmas music. Here are a few ideas for incorporating Christmas songs into your lesson time to initiate thoughtful discussion with your students. Christmas songs are a great time to explore what it means to...

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