When it comes to romantic music, jazz is king. Check out some top songsters’ heartstoppingly beautiful renditions of timeless jazz classics!
The Musicality Podcast interviews the creators of HookTheory, an incredible tool for songwriters that want to understand the theory behind their music.
Piano pro Ruth Power shows you how to deepen your musical understanding using the art of active listening.
Music duo O&O share an approach to songwriting that plays to your strengths, gets your creative juices flowing, and inspires collaboration!
On first listen, Klezmer sounds oddly familiar. Learning the musical elements of this passionate, funky Jewish genre opens up new expressive possibilities.
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.
What makes pop pop? While drawing from several other genres, like rock, hip-hop, country, and R & B, pop music has its own musical and cultural qualities.
It’s easy to feel stuck or intimidated when writing a new song. Try using this fun song-writing game to loosen up your creativity!
The 400-year-old Baroque—with its stark contrasts, passionate melodies, and motoric rhythms—has never been more popular than it is today. Find out why.
All song writers experience writer’s block at some stage. Learn about the powerful technique of using “reference tracks” to break through your blocks.
Learning to hear the nuances of tension and release in the interaction of scales and chords will do wonders for our abilities to play by ear and improvise.
Looking for your own sound? Listen to these five rock improvisation giants and practice what you hear. You will absorb their greatness and make it your own.