Chances are, you know more musical concepts than you realise. You just don’t know what to call them yet! Find out the power of names for musical ear training.
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It seems like the shortest words have the longest definitions. When we look closer into the common word “beat,” we open a Pandora’s box of musical meaning.
Playing by ear is an important skill for any musician. Instead of going it on your own, check out these great YouTube tutorials to help you learn the ropes.
Have you ever come across the genre “acid jazz” and wondered just what that might be? Discover the musical elements which tie together this fascinating genre.
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.
Do you want to make your practice time more efficient? Or become a more versatile instrumentalist? Audiation can help you develop your musical abilities.
Find out music educator Dr. Chad West’s thoughts on how musicianship is taught today, and how we can improve this process for children and adults alike.
Audiation is a powerful musical skill that lets you imagine music in your head with rich, vivid detail, and relate it directly to notes on the page or music you hear in the real world.
Tension in music is a natural occurrence. Building emotion and a subsequent resolve helps listeners connect with a song. Learn how to make it work for you.
During the flowering of humanistic culture, Renaissance masters wove tapestries of human voices into deep expressions of faith and playful tales of love.
Way beyond candlelit dinners, Romantic-era composers fascinated new audiences with extreme musical tales of love, death, nature, and the supernatural.
Whether it is pulling occasional all-nighters or chronic sleep deprivation, lack of adequate sleep can affect your ability to practice and perform music.