All you need to know, in detail, about Miles Davis's 'All Blues', for Edexcel's Music GCSE.
Guitarists need to understand Equal Temperament, or at least the basis of it. Why? Because their instrument is fretted for Equal Temperament and the strings have to be tuned accordingly.
A guide on constructing pleasing chords for accompanying church special songs is what I have been needing for many years. Most guitar enthusiasts resign from playing when faced with chord names such as...
A beginner's guide to reading the notes on the grand staff. Great for kids, adults, and anyone interested in learning how to read music!
Musicians and music teachers occasionally need to include music symbols in written material that is prepared in a computer's word processing program. Watch out for frustration when the symbols are hard to find! But...
Music can sound good or bad. It is the reason why in today’s pop industry there are some songs that are more successful than others.
In Part 2 of this guide on how to learn to read music, we will examine key signatures, rests (silences in music), musical notation that tell you how to play the music (loudly, softly etc) and repeats
All you need to know, in detail, about Anoushka Shankar's version of Rag Desh, for Edexcel's Music GCSE.
Learn to identify chords types by listening to, and recognising, the unique quality of sound that each type of chord has regardless of pitch.
The Circle of Fifths is one of the most appealing tools to use in teaching and learning music theory. It shows the order of sharps and flats; the primary and secondary chords within each key; relative major and minor...
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