Hammond Organ Clones I have been shopping for a Hammond Organ Clone for over a year now. Wow, it’s been a mind twister. I know that I would like a dual manual with waterfall action keys and not too much non-organ fluff. A friend of mine said “Why not just get an old Hammond M-111 […]
SALSA PIANO Resources Salsa Piano Lesson Books These are all the books I have found online about learning salsa piano. I started off by buying Salsa Piano – The Complete Guide. I think that is a good start, it’s fairly short and comes with online access to examples. I’ve learned that Salsa Piano is usually […]
THE SCIENCE OF Music Education With Chuan C Chang, author of Fundamentals of Piano Practice interviewed by Leah Young This is Part 2 of a two part Series View Part 1 The Power of Mental Play — Out of all the topics in your book, [and you really covered a lot of ground in that […]
THE SCIENCE OF Music Education With Chuan C Chang, author of Fundamentals of Piano Practice Chuan C. Chang was born in 1938 in Taiwan, studied physics at Cornell, and worked much of his career as a material science physicist at Bell Laboratories. He is the son of two pianists, and the father of two pianists. […]
Patterns are like the Legos of music. So, during training, we make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and the PB, is for pattern book where we’re teaching patterns. And then jam, we’re always doing some kind of jam. And the regular lesson books are just like bread. You got to have them, they’re nice. But teaching only with lesson books is not well rounded. Repertoire and lesson books are the bread. So, what we’re adding is the patterns and the jam which are essential.
PLAYING AN INSTRUMENT IS LIKE A SUPERHERO QUEST an interview with Meridee Winters Meridee Winters is the owner of a distinguished music school in Philadelphia, and publishes a unique style of books for teaching music. She has an interesting and diverse history. She was formerly both a grade school teacher and owner of a Karate […]