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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]