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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 […]

Tips To Buy Pre-Owned/Used Upright Pianos Up For Sale

By Nick Williams  When it comes to pre-owned/used products and instruments, there are loads of questions that come to mind. So when deciding to buy a pre-owned upright piano, it’s easy to worry. Buying a piano that fits your budget shouldn’t be an difficult task, however the wrong information can […]

10 Ways to Stand Out While Playing an Outdoor Street Piano

By Colin Forrester You see it. Standing there on its own begging to be played. Maybe someone is playing it to a half-decent level and you feel you could do something similar but you talk yourself out if it. You’re ‘not confident‘/don’t have the time/don’t want to cause a scene/be […]

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9 top tips for performing well in music exams

The word “exam” strikes fear in the hearts of many. Of course it doesn’t have to be that way if you approach it with the right attitude. 1. Prepare as well as you can so that whatever the result, you can truly say you did your very best. Sometimes not […]

List of musical dynamics, articulations and their meanings

Dynamics and articulation are about how each note is played. Without incorporating these into your playing, music will sound ‘one-dimensional’. Below is a list of what you must know to take your performances to the next level. Dynamics Dynamics are indicators of the relative intensity or volume of a musical […]

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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 […]

Beginners piano learning tips – part 2

  Tip 1 – Set a goal Have a goal every time you sit down to practice playing piano scales and arpeggios over and over ‘will not’ improve your playing. A goal would be to master a chosen piece within a certain amount of time by practicing it for 15 […]

Piano tuning – how to find the right Piano tuner

  Other than trawling through the Yellow pages or the internet, finding a tuner near you can be time consuming. Other than friends, contact the nearest institutions to you that own pianos and ask them who takes care of their instruments. Get recommendations from the following: ·         Universities and music schools/academies […]