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Pianos prototype blueprints and form regalia. Different types of Pianos discussed.
Published by Tyron John Clidoro 90 months ago in Musical Instruments | +31 votes | 25 comments
What is a Stradivarius?, The most expensive musical instrument
Published by deepblue 80 months ago in Musical Instruments | +41 votes | 19 comments
Beginner ukulele players may not know what type of ukulele to choose, or where to begin when deciding on a ukulele to purchase. By taking their budget, skill level, and personal taste into account new uke players can better understand where to start.
Published by B W1 84 months ago in Musical Instruments | +4 votes | 10 comments
An article discussing what hand bell choirs are, how to get started playing in a bell choir, how much musical experience it takes to play in a bell choir. Also a clip of a wonderful bell choir group.
Published by Lorena Williams 101 months ago in Musical Instruments | +8 votes | 8 comments
Published by Don Baird 98 months ago in Musical Instruments | +3 votes | 7 comments
Learn about the art of the real ocarina and how you can play one outside of The Legend of Zelda.
Published by Megan Sheldon 96 months ago in Musical Instruments | +1 votes | 6 comments
Flute for the beginning student
Published by Lorena Williams 103 months ago in Musical Instruments | +7 votes | 6 comments
Guitars often use "Power Chords", a Power Chord or simply called as "Fifth Chord", the Fifth Chord is a chord consisting of only the root note of the chord and it's fifth. To put it simply, the third is removed from the Chord to make it a Power Chord or Fifth Chord. Now Power Chords or Fifth Chords are commonly used in Rock Music, to give that "rocky feeling" in the song. A song popular for using these chords is Smoke On Water by Deep Purple, the opening riff was made using power chords.
Published by Gerard 82 months ago in Musical Instruments | +13 votes | 5 comments
More and more people express the desire to learn to play the guitar. Finger picking is a style of play that is in high demand. Backed up by a tremendous website, Neil Hogan of Totally Guitars has established an excellent model for online guitar lessons. Finger picking basics is covered free of charge at Totally Guitars.
Published by Darline Kilpatrick 85 months ago in Musical Instruments | +12 votes | 5 comments
Bowed-Stringed Instruments (Vitats)- This is the class of stringed instruments which are bowed. It is one of the oldest Indian Musical Instrument, yet Bowed-Stringed Instruments (Vitats) didnÂ’t form a part of the classical music until the last few centuries.
Published by Niitesh Mundra 87 months ago in Musical Instruments | +13 votes | 5 comments
Tips about buying a band instrument online or offline
Published by Lorena Williams 100 months ago in Musical Instruments | +11 votes | 5 comments
Barre chords give the full range of possibilities in guitar playing. Don't box your guitar playing with open chords, explore more!
Published by James Reyes 83 months ago in Musical Instruments | +3 votes | 4 comments
An introduction to the Near-East music, styles and unique musical instruments of Turkey. Explore ancient musical forerunners and modern evolution of Turkish classicism.
Published by Ileen Zovluck 93 months ago in Musical Instruments | +7 votes | 4 comments
The tuba, youngest member of the modern orchestra, has three primary ancestors: the serpent, ophicleide, and bombardon. Although no longer in common use, the movement for historically informed performances using instruments has brought all of them out of the attic and occasionally returned them to the concert hall.
Published by David Guion 98 months ago in Musical Instruments | +2 votes | 4 comments
The reader will learn how to break in clarinet reeds in a way that optimizes reed performance gently and gradually.
Published by Amanda Lanser 101 months ago in Musical Instruments | +12 votes | 4 comments
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