Looking To Tickle Your Own Ivories? Everything Is Not All Black And White When Buying A Used Piano

Buying a piano, beyond the expense, is a big deal. It's difficult to transport, to find the perfect place for, and then requires a lot of attention to keep it in pristine condition. If you're intent on buying yourself a previously-owned piano, there's work involved in that, too. No matter the labor involved, though, nothing should keep you apart from the ebony and ivory your musical heart is set on. Read More 

Language And Music: A Powerful Partnership

Children are more capable of learning a second language than their adult counterparts. Immersion classes and private tutoring can help with teaching a second language, but your child will benefit greatly from the introduction of music into the learning process. Music has the ability to accelerate foreign language skills. This means that you can utilize a music school to help your child learn a second language more effectively. Music Enhances Memory Read More 

Why You Should Stand Up To Practice Your Accordion

Taking accordion lessons will help you to understand the basics of the instrument, but if you want to really improve your playing in a short amount of time, you'll need to practice a lot. It's important to take your accordion practice sessions seriously, and doing so includes the posture that you adopt while playing. Although it's certainly possible to play the accordion while sitting down, it's advantageous to practice while standing. Read More 

Loved the Live Ventriloquist Show You Just Saw? 4 Things You Need to Know About Becoming a Ventriloquist

If you've recently seen a live ventriloquist show, and you've decided to learn the art for yourself, you've got your work cut out for you. Professional ventriloquists make their performances look easy because most of them have been perfecting their art for many years. Being a ventriloquist takes a lot of hard work, practice, and dedication to the art. Here are four things you need to know about being a ventriloquist yourself. Read More 

5 Tips for Caring for a Vintage Guitar

Vintage guitars are really something special. You can admire their craftsmanship; the precision with which these instruments were built before there were machines to mass-produce them is remarkable. The sounds produced by vintage guitars are also rich and vibrant. Playing one can feel like a true luxury.  If you are lucky enough to own a vintage guitar collection, then it is important to take good care of these instruments so that you and future generations can continue to admire them. Read More