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Music Terminology

New York music school, Kathryn Brickell Music, offers private lessons conveniently at your locations. We have music teachers that travel in and to: Long Island, Queens, Manhattan, Suffolk County and much more! Find us on Facebook here! https://www.facebook.com/kathrynbrickellmusicqueens/ We wanted to bring you a few terms that you might frequently associate with music. We encourage

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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

Brooklyn’s Music Hub – You Can Enjoy It or You Can, Be It

Sometimes one may mistakenly think of Brooklyn and its music as a "low key" scene or field in the world of music, especially when it is compared to nearby Manhattan.  We New Yorkers often hear of the rock band or the hip-hop group coming out of Brooklyn finding commercial success after starting up here. Music

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Before the Jukebox

Coin-operated music boxes and piano players were the first forms of automated coin-operated musical devices- preludes to the modern day jukebox. These instruments used paper rolls, metal disks, or metal cylinders to play a musical selection on the instrument, or instruments, enclosed within the device. In the 1890s these devices were joined by machines which

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Piano Teachers in NYC – Timbre

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

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Piano Teachers in Brooklyn – Harmony

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

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Piano Teachers in Queens – Consonance and Dissonance

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

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The History of the Piano

Fun fact: piano is one of the most popular instruments, particularly here at Kathryn Brickell Music. We seek talented and dedicated teachers to provide piano lessons to children, adolescents and adults interested in learning the instrument. If you want to set up a time to meet with our private piano instructors, drop us a line

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