Music & Piano lessons carnival – August 5, 2007

Welcome to the August 5, 2007 edition of music & piano lessons carnival.

Music in general: News & Artists

edithyeung presents The Piano (Understanding Your Parents) posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act.. Some of us are forced to learn the piano during our childhood. But I never regretted that my parents actually force me to continue when I was thinking of dropping the lesson halfway.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Yaakov Stern: Build Your Cognitive Reserve posted at SharpBrains, saying, “Unexpected benefit from music and piano lessons: longer brain health…” –

Other Musical Instruments

Charles H. Green presents The Best in the World posted at Trust Matters, saying, “Reminiscing about learning steel pedal guitar by one of the best in the world.” Charles share his experience from guitar lessons.


Madeleine Begun Kane presents Night On The Town ? Judy Carmichael, Stride Pianist posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

And finally, learn How to Play Piano Accompaniment for Soloist

piano is a very versatile instrument. You can play it as a solo
instrument, or you can play accompaniment for soloist or vocalist. This
makes the piano such a fun instrument to learn. In this article, you
will find the most common rules, guide lines and method to play

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