The quest for recording and playing music – first mechanically, then electronically, now digitally – has been a wild ride, with some crazy detours.
Required to dance for a conducting gig, Alejandro Pinzón fell in love with tango. He learned bandoneon and now teaches, plays, and dances as Maestro Tango.
Exercise is an important part of living a healthy life, no matter who you are. As a musician, physical movement can help you with more than you may realize.
Classical Era composers – like Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven – packed balanced, symmetrical musical forms with emotional range, contrast, and catchy tunes.
Music is movement. Expand solfa skills, inspire improvisation, learn dynamic klezmer scales, and ride the wave as Easy Ear Training moves to Musical U.
On first listen, Klezmer sounds oddly familiar. Learning the musical elements of this passionate, funky Jewish genre opens up new expressive possibilities.
Easy Ear Training is becoming part of Musical U! All the same fantastic resources but now under the Musical U name. Learn more…
You don’t have to be a musical whiz to be good at improvisation. You just need to practice. Here’s what some of music’s biggest names have to say about it.
Five notes to seven: two notes expand our solfa skills to embrace so much music! Grow your skills with these fun exercises, and expand them into real music.
Musical healing takes many forms. From singing the blues to planning for success, and letting your voice fly – turn yourself inside-out and feel good!