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4 Highly Effective Tips For The Piano Beginners

January 22nd, 2018 by

Piano Beginners 4 Effective tipsAre you a music lover? So am I, especially piano. I love listening to the classic jazz and the contemporary music but more than that I love playing it. Music is like meditation for all those who are interested in it. However, you would hardly find anybody who doesn’t like music. For piano beginners a key prerequisite is to love music. Even if you don’t possess the knowledge of music, listening to it is always soothing, isn’t it?

If you have dropped your hobby somewhere back in the hustle and bustle of life, I suggest you to start learning it at the earliest as it will not strain you but will prove to be a stress-buster for you. People living in the metros have a very fast life. If you are living in cities like New York, taking piano lessons in NYC is highly recommended.

Nonetheless, if you are taking piano lessons, go through the article below and learn the effective techniques of learning it faster. (more…)

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    Songwriters fall prey to writer’s block quite easily. It’s the nature of the beast. As you’re already well aware, there are only so many chords and notes out there with which to work. But as bad as writer’s block may be, it is much, much worse to be suffering from what I call ‘song sameness.’ This is when a writer just keeps rewriting the same song over and over and over and over and over again. The same chord progression, same tempo, same stylistic touches, the whole works. Be aware of this syndrome when you write your songs.