Composing using the Pentatonic Scale
This is a composing worksheet where pupils create an 8 beat composition using notes of the G Pentatonic scale. This worksheet is perfect for the American Music Classroom as it uses Quarter notes, Half notes and Eighth notes. ...
Free Circle of 5ths Diagram in Color - Music Matters Blog
The Piano Teacher Resource website is offering a free circle of 5ths diagram in wonderful bright colors for a limited time! We use the circle of 5ths all the time in the studio for learning and understanding keys and key signatures, so I think my students will enjoy this colorful version!
10 Music Studio Tools Under $100 - Belkin RockStar, Arturia BeatStep, Chord Wheel, iConnectMIDI + | Dubspot
In this special we round up 10 Music Studio Tools for Under $100 that can help your workflow and won't break the bank..
Roel's World Blog » John Coltrane's Tone Circle
An article about the John Coltrane Tone Circle, a 5-octave Circle of Fifths and a double-ring Hexatonic Circle as well. Interpretation, explanation ...
The Relative Minor Pentatonic Scale and Why It?s So Good
If you a guitarist and you haven?t yet learned the minor pentatonic scale, then it?s a good idea to get out your guitar right now and learn it!
Ukulele Harmony Theory
It is easy to be confused by so much terminology in music. The vocabulary can often make it difficult to gain true understanding of simple music theory. In this section I wanted to provide an overview of stuff related to harmonics, dominance, consonance and dissonance. This will help create an understanding of the perfect fifth and the circle of fifths. More importantly, it will explain why certain notes and chords tend to work better than others. You'll see that I take scientific approach…
Guitarists: How To Take Care Of Your Hands
Guest post by Alex Bruce. Alex runs Bruce Music - A London-based Guitar and Piano school. "As Guitarists, our biggest assets are undoubtedly our hands. We can’t play without them, (unless you’re one of those busking toe strummers) and no amount of expensive equipment can cover for them."
attributed to Jean-Baptiste Voboam | Guitar | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Maker: attributed to Jean-Baptiste Voboam. Date: 1697. Geography: France. Culture: French. Medium: Spruce, tortoiseshell, mother-of-pearl, ivory, ebony. Dim...