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Steps in Composing or Improvising an Organ Sonata

Are you struggling with composition or improvisation of the organ piece in the classical sonata form? If you know how to do it, it is not as difficult as it may seem at first. Here are the steps you could take in composing or improvising a sonata on the organ.

How to Record Bass

Getting a good bass recording is typically one of the most difficult things to accomplish as an amateur producer. Learning how to record bass the right way can really make a difference when you get to the mixing stage.

How to Compose or Improvise a Toccata or Praeludium in the North German Organ Style in 7 Steps?

Are you struggling with composing or improvising an organ piece, similar to the famous D minor Toccata and Fugue, BWV 565 by Johann Sebastian Bach? If you knew how to do it, I can assure you, that you would have much fun in the process. In this article, I will teach you how to compose or improvise such piece in 7 simple steps.

Practice Playing Flute – Free Flute Music Helps

Are you improving at a steady rate in your flute playing skills? Make the most of your practice time to improve technique and tone as quickly as possible. Help your flute students enjoy learning and improving on the flute!

Organ Improvisation: What Is the Biggest Challenge Every Improviser Should Overcome?

If you want to learn to improvise on the organ, you inevitably have to face certain challenges. Without overcoming them, it will be very difficult to succeed. In this article, I will share with you what is the biggest challenge you should overcome as an improviser.

The Irrational National Anthem

The National Anthem is the song every American singer is most likely to sing at least once in public. There are plenty of good reasons why The Star-Spangled Banner terrifies singers. One problem is that it’s written in such a way that the phrasing invites the singer to breathe at inappropriate junctures. I’m going to give you some tips for taming the beast. For now, I’d like to concentrate on the words.

How to Tune a Harp Without an Electronic Tuner – Tuning by Perfect 5ths and Octaves

You will learn how to tune your Harp by ear without an electronic tuner. This method teaches you about the perfect 5ths and how the vibrations can show you whether or not the interval you are playing is in tune. You will also learn about harmonics and how they help in checking your tuning. This step by step method will help you gain confidence in your musicianship and give you the skills necessary if you are in a situation (a paying wedding gig? a church service?) where your tuner loses it’s batteries or basically just bites the dust.

Top 3 Songwriting “How-To” Books

I’ve been a songwriter for a long time. Going on 20 years, seriously. Before that I was journalling and well, writing out my pre-teen angst.

Teacher Vs Teach Yourself – What’s the Best Way to Learn an Instrument?

Wondering whether it pays to have a personal music teacher or whether to save the money and get yourself an instructional DVD? We reveal all in the following article so you can make an informed decision about your music tuition.

A Singer’s Interview: 5 Performance Tips for Good Results

A singer’s interview will be most successful if you keep it upbeat and fun. Treat your host like a good friend. Don’t ramble in your answers and don’t interrupt either. Let others see you as a real person. Share your life with them.

Fix Your String Skipping Problems On Guitar

String skipping on guitar is the simplest skill to learn. Not even! Virtually every single guitarist will have a number of string skipping problems over the learning process. And yet with just a bit of focused work, the openness to allow a great deal of errors, along with the easy drills you are about to find out about, you will find yourself jumping over strings with wild abandon and sticking those landings just like an Olympic gymnast.

Vocal Lessons for Singing? Try a Clinic

Performers can benefit from one-on-one private lessons for singing with the right voice coach, as well as from small and or large group settings. Large group clinics provide a way for singers to obtain a lot of information in a short period of time as well as to learn about the music industry, and the all-important personal networking. Small group settings allow singers to improve their techniques while watching others, as well as through constructive comments when they perform.

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