Who Get the First FREE CD from Pianologist

Chester Tan from Singapore wrote the first qualifying review that entitled a FREE Music CD from Pianologist. Chester loves music, dance, and photography. Check out the photographs of his lovely daughter. I am going to be a father soon this September. Chester, I will join your daddy club soon 🙂 Want a free music CD…

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The Unfortunate Musician

Musicians being mostly vain in nature, are those who would least withstand criticism from peers, however constructive it may be. Frequently creating illogical excuses, in a futile effort of preserving pride. Countless times have I heard excuses from fellow musicians, like “If my family is rich enough to send me to a music school, I would…

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Perfect Environment for Creative SongWriting

Frankly speaking, I wrote all the songs in my studio. Yes, in my studio! What a dull place right? Some successful songwriters get extremely creative when they are at a peaceful mountains or beautiful beaches. But for me, all those creative moment happen in the studio. The reason is simple: it is the best place…

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How to Play Summertime, Funky Groovy Style…

Summertime, one of the most played jazz number of the century. A jazz musician who hasn’t heard of this song, is like a classical musician who has never heard of Fur Elise. Here is me and my band mates doing our version of this song, the funky way…. [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uokb7AJQYag] Ok, for those of you who…

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The Most Expensive Piano Ever: Swarovski Piano at Auction!

This is a Swarovski-Bosendorfer semi-concert grand piano plastered with 8,000 hand-cut Swarovski crystals, making it the most expensive piano ever auctioned at Ebay.com. You can buy it now priced at US$750,000. The auction is scheduled to end on 7th June 2007. It is located at Las Vegas but you can grab it without additional shipping…

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