Have you watched Lang Lang’s concert videos? His performance looks absolutely effortless as if his fingers are aimlessly going over the key. But, you and I know the truth. Playing piano or even learning to play this instrument is everything but effortless. To begin with, it takes years of piano training and practicing to play… Continue reading How to Play Arpeggio Piano?
I will cut to the chase–why is public speaking important? It’s important so that you don’t end up panting like Dwight Schrute from The Office while receiving an award. And, somebody like Michael Scott doesn’t end up screaming “good morning, Vietnam!” instead of you on the stage. Public speaking is super important, and I can’t… Continue reading 11 Reasons Why Public Speaking is Important
Did you know that piano learning can enhance concentration? Yep, it does. The piano is an amazing musical instrument. If you dig deeper, you will realize it’s nothing less than a wonderland in itself. For example, it gets affected by its environment just like a living organism. At the same time, it can hold 12,000… Continue reading 19 Fun Facts About Pianos You Never Knew
Imagine you are in a concert hall, filled with enthuziastic listeners. There is a grand piano in front of you. You are performing a fine musical piece, and everyone is clapping at your outstanding performance! Isn’t this fascinating? I know, this is making you smile from the core of your heart. Well, what if this… Continue reading Best Piano Lessons Online For Free: List of Top 10
En Passant is one of the initial chess tips & tricks that beginners learn. As a result, many think that the En Passant chess rule is not for serious players. Some players don’t care to learn this at all. If you have a similar mindset, I am sorry, but it’s your loss. This special chess… Continue reading En Passant Chess | Learn this Special Move
Want to checkmate in 4 moves? I can help you. Winning chess in 4 moves or less is almost impossible unless somebody is playing the worst chess openings. However, if you play at club tournaments or with amateurs, there is a chance to win chess in 3 or 4 moves. Honestly, you can also win… Continue reading How to Win Chess in 4 Moves and Less?
“If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal.” – Albert Einstein Does tying make a huge difference? Yes. If you tie two things together, it unites and creates something better. Well, we can apply the same technique to create a musical rhythm by tying notes together. How? For that, you… Continue reading What are Ties in Music?: Essential Music Theory
Would you rather touch a snake or speak on a stage? I guess you’re going with the snake. How do I know? Well, around 75% of the world’s population would rather live with a snake than try public speaking. Yep! As surprising as it is, glossophobia–the fear of public speaking–is one of the most common… Continue reading Is Public Speaking a Skill? Can it be Learned?
Bored of practicing chords on guitar? Fret not! (Pun intended. Wink wink.) It’s time to play some power chord songs. These songs are easy to learn, and you will feel like Jimi Hendrix in no time. Before I tell you about the 10 easy power chord songs on guitar, let’s take a look at what… Continue reading 10 Easy Power Chord Songs on Guitar
Do you like the Pirates of the Caribbean theme on guitar or Maroon 5’s Memories on the piano more? Can you choose the best one? It’s tough, right? I know, both are worth hearing. Well, this is as confusing as deciding if the piano is harder than the guitar. Every instrument has its uniqueness and… Continue reading Is Piano Harder Than Guitar?