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How to get started in singing confidently and enjoy songs

The benefits of singing are undoubted. Singing allows the true you to come out, it allows a freedom of expression, rarely seen in other acts. It is also character building since, for many people, singing in front of others, especially in public, is nerve wracking. In the last few years, […]

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Music improvisation tips for teachers and pupils

One of the most important aspects in teaching improvisation is to create a situation where the pupil feels safe from negativity. They have to feel that errors are part of the learning process. This in turn, will build confidence and trust – the most important aspect in a teacher-pupil relationship. […]

Sia – Chandelier Piano Cover

I got nagged by students and subscribers to do a piano cover and tutorial of Sia’s song ‘Chandelier’. Well, the cover part is at the end of this post and at some point in the future, a chord sheet and lyrics will be on its way (most likely for the first verse […]

How to choose the right Piano/instrumental teacher

  Finding the right piano (or even music instrument) teacher will have a very important impact on you or child’s learning and the way you or they view music in the future. Selecting the wrong tutor may even cause an aversion to learning due to the bad experience. Trust also […]

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4 Ways to Improve Your Songwriting

By Bynn Alexander   If you have dabbled in songwriting but have found yourself disappointed with your efforts, it’s easy to get discouraged. Equally frustrating is when you think your songs are good, but they fail to interest others, to the point where you start to second-guess your abilities. Yes, […]