I took lessons in drumming some years ago. About six months in I had a lesson with a dep teacher (my usual teacher was away on a gig). He asked what bands I was in. ‘Oh no!’ I said, ‘I’m not good enough to be in a band.’ ‘Nonsense!’ he replied. ‘You can play a […]
Tip of the Week: Practice Slowly
Practice slowly. Yep, every music teacher says it, but it’s so tempting to play the easy bits full-speed ahead only to stumble on that fiddly phrase. Practicing slowly can be so effective though, so it’s worth persevering. Muscle memory takes time to develop. A conductor likened playing a tricky passage to regularly parking a car […]
Celebrate Burns Night with a rousing rendition of Auld Lang Syne!
Fancy playing and singing Auld Lang Syne together with your friends? These new, easy-to-play arrangements are designed to be compatible, whether playing just the tune, the chords or the duet parts.
Get Loved up with new Musidyne release!
Tchaikovsky’s Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet in a new, beautiful arrangement for solo piano. Ideal for a romatic occassion, and much copied by film composers. This version is for a player around ABRSM Grade 5 standard. If this is a little too hard, keep a look out for the easy piano/keyboard version which will […]
Practice your scales with Musidyne
Ever wanted check the notes for F sharp major? Not sure what fingering to use when running B flat major up and down a keyboard? No only does our new edition, Major Scales, solve these problems, it’s FREE! Just click the Download now button and receive all twelve major scales conveniently laid out over two […]
Oh Kalinka, Kalinka!
You’ve heard it on Heineken’s UEFA Cup Final ad, now play the trad Russian tune, Kalinka!