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Music Theory lesson – The Circle of Fifths

The Circle of fifths is a circle of closely related pitches or key tonalities. It shows how the different keys are related to one another. It is usually shown as a circle with the names of keys around it. If you take any key in the circle, its fifth is […]

George Ezra – ‘Blame It On Me’ – Blues Piano style

Here’s a video of George Ezras’ ‘Blame It On Me’. The video performance was done with a ‘bluesey’ feel to it. Folk (which some think this song is) and blues (as well as Country, Bluegrass, Gospel and Jazz) have elements which crossover into each other, so I thought it would be fun […]

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 […]

David Guetta: Titanium v Without You – Piano Cover and Tutorial

The below tutorial came after receiving many emails requesting video lessons for dance music songs. As I thought of of the most popular ones of the past few years, two immediately came to mind: David Guetta’s ‘Without You’ and ‘Titanium’. I often hear tunes that might sound good together so […]

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Spice up your Piano Practice – for busy adults

Most adults going who return to learning piano after nearly a lifetime way, will most likely be studying on their own. You probably know how to read music and have taken years of lessons in classical piano with various teachers (some you liked, others you hated) in the past. Here […]

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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Spice up your Piano Practice – for busy adults

Most adults going who return to learning piano after nearly a lifetime way, will most likely be studying on their own. You probably know how to read music and have taken years of lessons in classical piano with various teachers (some you liked, others you hated) in the past. Here […]