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Most Popular Christmas Songs, Guitar Chords and Lyrics

It is Christmas time again and what is better than playing and singing the most popular Christmas songs with your family. As a small Christmas gift, I searched for the most famous Christmas songs of all time and created this wonderful list. To help you save your precious Christmas time I also added a link

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Review: Pocket Beatles For Guitar

Title:[amazon_link id=”0895241269″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ] Pocket Beatles for Guitar[/amazon_link] Subtitle: Over 120 great songs with melody, chords and full lyrics. Arranged for easy to intermediate guitar. Author: Milton Okun Publisher: ATV Music Publications ASIN: 0895241269 Pages: 256 Songs: #>120 Content:  The ‘Pocket Beatles for Guitar‘ contains over 120 great Beatles song. All all-time super

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Synesthesia: Can you teach yourself to hear colors or see music?

For a long time I have been asking myself whether it is possible to teach myself to hear colors or see music. Yesterday, I stumbled upon an interesting TED Talk that answered my question to some extend. But before we jump right to that point let us think about hearing colors or synesthesia a for

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Exercise #3

This exercise is part of my solmization course Do Re Mi Fa. If you haven’t done so read the introduction and instruction text. Range: do re mi fa sol la ti do’ Difficulty: beginner [wp_ad_camp_1] [wp_ad_camp_2]

 
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Exercise #2

This exercise is part of my solmization course Do Re Mi Fa. If you haven’t done so read the introduction and instruction text. Range: sol, la, ti, do re mi Difficulty: beginner [wp_ad_camp_1] [wp_ad_camp_2] Move on to Exercise 3

 
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How to Become a Good Choir Singer

Published on June 10, 2012 by in all, life, practice

I have been singing in choirs for several years now. Learning to become a good choir singer and learning to sing in a choir takes a long time. There are plenty of sticking points you will have to overcome but in my eyes there are two main factors that are crucial for success. If you

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Instruction

If you haven’t read my introduction text to solmization ( do re mi fa … ) yet do so before you start out with this course. To get the sounds of the relative note names into your head you need practice, practice and some more practice. I built this course to give you the chance

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Exercise #1

This exercise is part of my solmization course Do Re Mi Fa. If you haven’t done so read the introduction and instruction text. Range: do re mi fa Difficulty: beginner [wp_ad_camp_1] [wp_ad_camp_2]  Move on to Exercise 2

 
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Metronome

Use this online flash metronome for my courses, if you don’t have one at hand. Remember, always start at a comfortable pace and the slowly increase the tempo. [wp_ad_camp_1]

 
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Train Your Ears to Recognize a Frequency in Equalization

A child is able to perceive frequencies between 20 Hertz and 20 000 Hertz. As you grow older a natural hearing loss occurs. So when you are 50, you might just be able hear up to 15 or 16 kHz and by the time you turn 80, your upper limit normally drops down to 8

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