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How to Create an Online Music Marketing Strategy

Marcus Taylor from The Musician’s Guide ( http://www.themusiciansguide.co.uk ) talks about the importance of an online music marketing strategy and how you can structure yours.

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GSWS Guitar Lesson 52 – Single String Picking Exercise

Learn your scales on one string and improve your technique with this picking exercise.

Aprende las escalas en una sola cuerda y mejora tu técnica con este ejercicio de púa.

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Violin And Piano Ultimate Online Video Training Guide – The Must Have Compendium For Musicians

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Do you want to learn to play all of your favorite music on the piano? Do you want instant access to the most dynamic and effective piano method on the Internet.

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Play hundreds of songs, any song you desire from memory!… Any song you wish to play we will prepare you for! No matter what the song, you will be given the ability to play any song on the radio, Latin and Jazz, Orchestral, everything! We teach you double stops, We will teach you how to build up your chops and become incredibly magical player!Array

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Best tricks, scales and patterns… Our intensive library includes heaps of resources available to members. We offer 24-7 access to the most cutting-edged, beautiful Scales and licks, patterns and grooves! Written in Music, Recorded in Video, Audio and for those who do not read music, easy grid-based literature!
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Drum Lessons – Frisco School of Music – Ashley Bloskas

Welcome to the Frisco School of Music!

You can take piano lessons, guitar lessons, bass lessons, voice lessons, violin lessons, fiddle lessons, viola lessons, drum lessons, flute lessons, trumpet lessons, rock band, jazz band, classical band, music theory, college prep and more!

We offer convenient and professional weekly music lessons, unique and fun group classes, with optional low pressure traditional and “rock and jazz style” concerts. All of our teachers are university trained with extensive real-world playing experience

Frisco School of Music pioneered the “school of rock” concept way back in 2000. We also offer Jazz school and Classical school – another pioneering thrust where students learn with their private teacher plus get to play with their own band each week you won’t see at other music schools (until they copy us!)
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The Fall of Troy – Mouths Like Sidewinder Missiles

ANOTHER cover of The Fall Of Troy, this is gonna be one the last ones i promise, then i’ll put some different ones up.
took a day and a bit too learn, came in late so missed the first few seconds of guitar. Also had to improvise very badly on the outro solo so sorry bout that.

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Easley Blackwood – Symphony no. 5 (3/3) 1990

Easley Blackwood, (born April 21, 1933), the son of Easley Blackwood Sr., is a professor of music, a concert pianist, a composer of music, some using unusual tunings, and the author of books on music theory, including his research into the properties of microtonal tunings and traditional harmony.

Symphony no. 5, op. 34 (1990)

3. Allegro vivo

Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by James DePreist
Live Recording, May 1992 Orchestral Hall, Chicago

Blackwood was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. He studied piano there and was doing solo appearances at the age of 14 with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. After studies at many places (including Yale University, where he earned his Master of Arts degree) in the United States, he went to Paris to study from 1954 to 1956. His teachers include Olivier Messiaen, Paul Hindemith, and Nadia Boulanger. For forty years, from 1958 to 1997, Blackwood taught at the University of Chicago, most of the time with the title of Professor. He then became Professor Emeritus at the University. He is still teaching classes.

Blackwood’s initial compositions were not particularly unconventional although in them he employed polyrhythm and wide melodic contours. This early music by Blackwood has been characterized as in an atonal yet a formally conservative style. In 1980-81 Blackwood shifted rather abruptly to a new style, releasing Twelve Microtonal Etudes for Electronic Music Media. For these pieces, he used microtonality to create unusual equal tempered musical scales. Blackwood has explored all equal temperaments from 13 through 24, including 15-ET and 19-ET.[1] Although Blackwood recorded most of these pieces with a synthesizer, his “Suite in 15-Note Equal Tuning, Op. 33″ was performed live on a specially constructed guitar. His compositional style moved toward a late-19th-century tonality; he has likened its harmonic syntax to Verdi, Ravel, and Franck.

As a performer at the piano, Blackwood has played diverse compositions and has promoted the music of Charles Ives, Pierre Boulez, and the Second Viennese School. In addition to his solo piano performances, Blackwood is pianist in the chamber group Chicago Pro Musica, largely comprised of members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

Blackwood has written a very substantial treatise on music harmony, “A Practical Musician’s Guide to Tonal Harmony” which “…springs from studies at the French National Conservatory from 1954-1957 with Nadia Boulanger.”

Blackwood is also known for his book, The Structure of Recognizable Diatonic Tunings, published 1986. A number of recordings of his music have been released by Cedille Records (the label of the Chicago Classical Recording Foundation) beginning in the 1990s.

Interesting Easley Blackwood interview by Bruce Duffie:

http://www.bruceduffie.com/blackwood.html

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