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How to Play a Tambourine
Tambourines can be played alongside a variety of musical genres, from orchestral to pop to everything in between. If you want to learn a simple and versatile instrument, the tambourine might be the right fit for you. Although playing this instrument can be straightforward, learning the right techniques for holding and striking a tambourine will improve your overall sound. Paired with
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4-07-2018, 20:00
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How to Practice the Piano Without a Piano
It might seem counterintuitive, but it’s actually beneficial to practice piano away from your instrument. Exercise your fingers by tapping them on a tabletop as if you were striking keys. When you tap away, do rhythm finger drills or play through an entire song. If you need to memorize a piece, study the score 1 bar at a time and tap each hand’s part on the tabletop. Gradually build up
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9-06-2018, 13:00
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How to Train Your Voice
Staff Reviewed Your voice is an instrument that needs training and practice so it improves. Fortunately, there are lots of exercises that teach you to breathe or vocalize properly. Whether you're working with a vocal coach or on your own, you can warm-up with your favorite techniques. Use these skills when you speak professionally and learn how to improve the quality of your singing
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6-04-2018, 14:00
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How to Dance the Jitterbug
The jitterbug, also called single time swing, is a lively dance that originated in the early 1900s and is still popular today. With its smooth, simple steps and upbeat music, this light, fun dance can be enjoyed by dancers of all ages.
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1-03-2018, 18:00
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How to Get Your Art Into a Gallery
The art world can be difficult to break into, due to the competition for limited spaces in gallery shows. Getting into a gallery is a great step toward selling your art and feeling more serious as an artist. Competition is fierce, but if you are able to make your work stand out and generate attention, you can get your art into the gallery of your dreams.
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24-01-2018, 11:00
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How to Write Nursery Rhymes
A nursery rhyme is a short rhyming poem often written for children. This type of poem is a good way to practice using literary devices like rhyme, repetition, and alliteration. They are also fun to say out loud, as they usually have funny or silly details. To write nursery rhymes, start by choosing a topic like an animal, a character, or an object. Then, compose the rhyme by telling a
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2-01-2018, 14:00
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How to Be a Jazz Musician
Are you a frustrated jazz musician? Do you play your notes correctly but can't find the right sound? This will help you learn how jazz works and how to get it into your system.
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How to Analyze a Scene in a Film
Analyzing just one scene in a film can be both fun and enlightening! Since you’ll focus on just a short part of a movie, you’ll be able to take a deep dive into the details and get a great understanding of the filmmaker’s decisions. Before you pick your scene, watch the entire film to make sure you understand it. Then watch the single scene several times and take notes to break it down.
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How to Increase Your Lung Capacity for Singing
Staff Reviewed Singing demands a lot of lung capacity, so breathing exercises are essential for even the most experienced singers. Since breathing properly will help protect your singing voice, start by making sure your technique is solid. To fill your lungs completely, inhale through your nose and fill your belly with air without raising your shoulders or chest. Try inhaling and
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8-11-2017, 14:00
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How to Dance the Boogaloo
The boogaloo is known for its lively, captivating movements. Doing it correctly involves rolling your body to the beat of the music. Leg rolls are mixed with transitions and footwork to create a free-flowing dance routine. Master these moves and you’ll have fun ruling the dance floor.