From organ to Harpsichord, from forte piano to modern piano, piano’s journey has not been limited to the evolution of the instrument. It witnessed many great composers whose work illustrated and enriched music throughout the ages. Compressing them in a list is a challenging task. Yet, here we are with 13 famous piano composers of… Continue reading 13 Famous Piano Composers Of All Time
Most high school students worry about advanced placement exams because many schools don’t provide AP classes. Especially in rural areas, students don’t have access to such classes. In such scenarios, they often look for answers for where to take AP exams outside school. With the help of the AP course ledger and online options, students… Continue reading Where To Take AP Exams Outside Of School?
Students need 50% communication skills and 50% knowledge to prosper. Communication activities for kids, like public speaking, are crucial nowadays. These activities not only help students express themselves but also help them become a go-getter. That said, every age group has communication activities fit for their cognitive development. Communication isn’t just listening and answering kids’… Continue reading 15 Most Popular Communication Activities for Kids
When I first saw Martha Argerich playing Chopin with both her hands, I was totally blown by it. I always wondered, “are piano players ambidextrous?” And doubted if I could play with both my hands. 3 years into my piano learning journey, I can tell you if pianists are ambidextrous or not. Did you know… Continue reading Are Piano Players Ambidextrous?
Silence between the notes is the most breathtaking moment in the entire music piece. But how does one find the correct position to pause and play? With sheet music. Learning how to read sheet music faster can improve your piano playing speed and make you a better pianist. 8 Tips to Read Sheet Music Faster… Continue reading 8 Tips to Read Sheet Music Faster
Piano vs Violin – A valid question that almost every beginner musician face. When you want to learn music but have no particular preference, it can get difficult to choose one instrument. No matter what you choose, music has an immense effect on the human brain. Music instruments create strong brain activity in both hemispheres,… Continue reading Piano Vs Violin: Which is Easier to Learn?
Did you know Paul McCartney of the Beatles started with piano and then moved on to guitar? Steve Winwood did the same. He is still spinning his fans with his performances. For all the musicians out there, who wonder if they can switch instruments, that is some proof. Pianists and guitarists do not try switching… Continue reading Are Piano and Guitar Chords Same?
I would be lying to you if I disagreed with the fact that AP Chemistry is an intimidating subject. Formulas with superscripts are only some things that make it a complex subject. Welcome to this article if you are one of the students who is consistently wondering “Is AP Chemistry worth it?” or “How Hard… Continue reading How Hard is AP Chemistry?
Did you know that more than 75% people in the USA are afraid of debate. And this fear is generated because these individuals don’t know how to prepare for a debate. In fact, while growing up the thought of debating in front of tens and hundreds of people wrecked my nerves. I thought I was… Continue reading How to Prepare For a Debate?
Picture this: First day of high school. You are walking down the hallway, saying hello to new folks, and sharing jokes. And then someone drops a bomb -Are you taking AP Classes? So, now instead of thinking about going to Jessica’s party, you are wondering “Should I take AP classes freshman year?” Well, my dear… Continue reading Should I Take AP Classes Freshman Year?