Piano for Preschoolers Wins Top Honors as Best Toy for 2007 by Dr.Toy

Piano for Preschoolers is a program that allows parents to teach their children between the age of 3-8 to play music pieces on real keyboards. It is guided by colour codes and useful even for musically illiterate parents. It was named Dr. Toy’s Best Products Resource Program Summer 2007. The prestigious award proves that Piano…

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Music & Piano Lessons Carnival Recruitment

I am going to host a blog carnival with articles about music and piano lessons. This is a great way to get free related back links for your website or blog. If you have written any music related articles, including music lesson, piano, synthesizer reviews, or videos, please feel free to submit to the upcoming…

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The Secret of Blake Lewis Beatboxing technique acquired

If you watch the season 6 American Idol this year 2007, you will be familiar with this beatboxing master – Blake Lewis. I’ve never seen anyone who can beatbox better than Blake. I just fell in love with his every performance. During the competition, he was interviewed about his secret of beat boxing. He likes…

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Shell Voicing in Jazz Piano

Berklee professor Paul Schmeling explains how to master the toughest jazz standard with ease and improve your left hand technique by utilizing shell voicings to represent chords in the left hand.Frankly, this is the first time I heard about shell voicing. What’s shell voicing?Does it sound like the voice you hear when you speak into…

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Jazz History Time Line & Jazz Musician

You can listen to jazz standard tunes categorized by artist at Jazz On Line.The website owner is asking downloader to contribute to the hosting cost by subcribing to pay US$5 with Paypal for 3 months unlimited download. The streaming is smooth. These are all very old tune which are probably the standard jazz we used…

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You should Hire Piano Movers to Transport your Piano

The piano was nicely wrapped. Is it stupid? Oh! My God! Better hide it before the owner saw us! Technorati Tags: piano mover, piano destroyed

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How to use the Three Pedals of the Piano

Joshua Nemith wrote an articles explaining about the use of the piano pedals. Even though I’ve played piano for years, I still learned something from his post. The Damper Pedal (on your right) produce sustained sounds the sound is reverberated within the framework of the piano when you press the pedals, all the dampers are…

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James Blunt Piano Sold at £1,200

The old Chappell piano, which Blunt used for funeral favourite Goodbye My Lover and wedding favourite You’re Beautiful, was snapped up by a doting dad for his six-year-old daughter. His ballad You’re Beautiful reached No 1 on the American Billboard Hot 100 in 2006, making Blunt the first British artist to top the US singles…

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The Freesound Project: Collaborative Database of Audio Samples

Similar to Soundsnap which is covered here at Pianologist, The Freesound Project is another similar website that compile a huge collaborative database of audio samples and recordings. Released under the Creative Commons Sampling Plus License, this project provides new and interesting ways of accessing free samples, allowing users to browse the sounds in new ways…

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