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Learning to Play the Organ

Termed as "The King of Instruments", the organ is an interesting and fascinating instrument to play.  It comes in various forms from the standard electronic, to the more refined Church Organ and Orchestral Organ. Its ability to produce sounds across wide ranges of both, volume and pitch makes learning the organ seem difficult yet extremely rewarding, as the musical variety they are capable of is astounding. Here

History Of The Piano

The story of the piano began in Italy in 1709, in the shop of a harpsichord maker named Bartolomeo di Francesco Cristofori. Before the development of the piano came many other string and keyboard instruments. The origin of vibrating sound goes back to prehistoric times. In the ancient world, strings were attached and stretched over

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Benefits of Learning to Play the Piano

Piano is one of the most widely used musical instruments and is generally considered to be the backbone of music. A Pianist can extract several unique benefits not only in the stages of learning but throughout his lifetime. Researchers have proved that playing the piano is beneficial for a persons health and overall well- being

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Piano Teachers in Long Island – Music Scales and Modes

Kathryn Brickell Music is proud to offer piano teachers to our students in Long Island. We will be posting informative articles relating to the piano and piano lessons. The following article consists of an explanation on music scales and modes. We hope you will enjoy your piano lessons with our wonderful, experienced and dedicated local

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Piano Lessons Long Island – Keeping Your Piano in Tune Saves You Money

What most people probably think of first when they're trying to decide whether to get a keyboard or a piano is the difference in price! Let's face it - one involves a much bigger hit to your wallet than the other. Even a low-end piano will run you over $1000. And once you have it,

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