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Nov 20

Thanksgiving Songs

By Keith | Holidays

Quick Navigation Thanksgiving ThemeGive ThanksFive Little TurkeysTen Little TurkeysI’ve Got Plenty To Be Thankful ForThanksgiving PrayerIt’s a Great Day to Be AliveGive Thanks With a Grateful HeartPiano ManThank You Lord for your BlessingsAmerican SoldierTurkey SongWhat a Wonderful World Thanksgiving Theme Artist: Vince Guaraldi Genre: Jazz, Holiday, Pop Year Released: Nothing says happy thanksgiving like Charlie Brown […]

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Nov 15

Elton John Quotes

By Keith | Musicians

Enter your text here… Music has healing power. It has the ability to take people out of themselves for a few hours. – Elton John​ Click to Tweet I think performers are all show-offs anyway, especially musicians. Unless you show off, you’re not going to get noticed. – Elton John Click to Tweet I’ve always […]

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Nov 13

Best Pianists on Youtube

By Keith | Piano

Youtube is more than just a platform for cat videos. It’s a mature platform where rising stars can showcase their work to their fans. This is especially true in the music world, where it used to be that unless you went to a top music school and an amazing agent, the odds of playing in […]

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Nov 07

15 Most Famous Piano Songs of All Time

By Keith | Piano

Music really does make the world go around and few things can be more enriching than acquiring musical skills, whether you’re a kid or an adult. One of the best instruments to start your foray into the musical world, the magnificent piano has been around for ages and has been stealing hearts for just as […]

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Oct 30

15 Easy Piano Songs for Beginners

By Keith | Piano

Ever dreamt of being the next Mozart or Bach? Or ever wanted to just be able to play your favorite song on the piano?The joy of being able to play a musical instrument is incomparable. Not only has music proven to be a stress alleviator, it has also shown itself to help students perform better […]

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Oct 24

How to skip strings when strumming

By Keith | guitar

There’ll be times when you need to strum a chord and avoid playing certain strings. This is hard to do when you first start playing guitar, but don’t worry, it gets easy quickly. Let’s have a quick refresher on string numbers before we begin. How often will I have to skip certain strings? Often. I’d […]

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Oct 24

Flats vs Sharps

By Keith | guitar

When Should I Call Something ‘Sharp’ or ‘Flat’? This is a question I’ve been asked many times over the years. F# and Gb are the same chord, we play them both in exactly the same way, so when should you call it “F#” and when should you call it “Gb”? Sadly the answer to this […]

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Oct 24

E Guitar Chord

By Keith | guitar

The chord of E is one of the most fundamental guitar chords of all. (It’s full name is “E Major” but most people just call it, “E”.) It crops up in most styles of music, but is most widely used in blues and rock music. In its full form it looks like this: E Major (If you […]

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Oct 24

Em Guitar Chord

By Keith | guitar

The Em guitar chord is one of the most common guitar chords of all. There’s several different ways you can play it and I’m always urging my students to learn them all because they all sound great! In this free lesson you will learn: How to play a standard Em guitar chord 3 easy ways […]

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Oct 24

Dm Guitar Chord

By Keith | guitar

The Dm guitar chord is a really cool chord to know, but my students find it hard to play because it requires a different hand position to a standard D chord. Let’s look at how we can make this easier! In this free lesson you will learn: How to play the Dm guitar chord correctly Two […]

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