Archive for October, 2012

How You Can Learn Guitar

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
People interested in learning a musical instrument may want to learn how to play the guitar fast. The guitar is an extremely versatile instrument. If you learn guitar, you can learn to play rock music, folk music, pop music, and even classical music with a brassy, modern sound. It is easier to learn online beginner guitar lessons today than ever Read The Post [...]

Home Music Lessons – The Good Things About Recieving Music Lessons In Your Own Home

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
By Dean McAllister There is no question about it. Whether or not a youngster takes music lessons in your home or in a class environment, there are wide reaching and frequently great rewards. The advantages range from enhanced scholastic performance, and more desirable behavior to higher self-regard and self-assurance. Like any kind of talent that Read The Post [...]

Enhance Your Abilities Correctly Through Singing Lessons

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
By Rose Lowe You might need to consider doing some singing lessons when you need to enhance your talent in singing. Attending vocal lessons with a coach to guide you in every stage would be a big advantage for you personally. It increases your musical awareness and steadily builds your self-confidence as a performer. Take advantage of it by joining Read The Post [...]

Balloon Festivals in the UK

Saturday, October 27th, 2012
If you have ever been to a music festival you will know how popular they are, but, did you know there are also balloon festivals? For the past three decades a number of annual hot air balloon festivals have been going on around the country. Here's our guide to each and what to expect. All of the festivals are family friendly and most are free, and Read The Post [...]

Singing Lessons That Enrich Your Child’s Potential

Saturday, October 27th, 2012
By Rose Lowe Children are naturally gifted with voices that resemble that of an angel. Being a parent, if your kid has the potential to make it big as a musician, you will be the first individual to discover it. There are those that innately have the ability to handle their pitch, hit high notes, and have a good ear for rhythm while there are those Read The Post [...]

Gibson Guitar

Friday, October 26th, 2012
The history of Gibson Guitars isn't simply a captivating story but reaches back further than almost people recognize. Gibson's beginnings trace back to 1894 and started in Kalamazoo, Michigan with a luthier named Orville Gibson. Orville was a first-rate artisan and had firm judgements about instrument design and quality. In 1902 Orville incorporated Read The Post [...]

How Musical Theater Saved Disney Animation As We Know It

Thursday, October 18th, 2012
Disney animated features have been a youth staple for generations. Snow White was the first, and continues to be among the most beloved films of all time. These wonderful animated features hit a major lull in the 1980s when live action films were preffered by the audience. It was a dark time where Disney's production of cartoon fairy tales appeared Read The Post [...]

How To Approach Learning To Play Guitar

Saturday, October 13th, 2012
Listening to a seasoned guitar player can open the senses to a magical experience. The thought of learning this skill often enters the mind, but is soon dismissed due to a lack of talent. However, if you have the will to succeed and possess a desire of how to learn guitar, you may find this hidden talent was there all along. The first mistake that Read The Post [...]

Dance Professionals: Insight Into Success

Friday, October 12th, 2012
By Joe Tremaine Have you ever wondered: - What do other Dancers wish they would have known when they first started? - What did that successful working Dancer learn along the way that helped boost their career? - What does my Agent need most from me to help them get me the jobs I really want? - What was that Choreographer thinking during Read The Post [...]

Buyers Guide For Drummers

Saturday, October 6th, 2012
Perhaps I'm showing my age here, but I've always had a fancy to play the drums and be as good as Gene Krupa, or maybe Ginger Baker or Keith Moon. But there seemed to be such a variety of drum kits that I'd end up getting confused. How do you sort out what you need to buy to suit your style of playing? Here's looking at some basics: If you're just Read The Post [...]