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From OK To AMAZING On The Piano: You’ll Need To Watch This! ✨✨




Music Book Review – The World of Music by David Willoughby

Lital is a 31 years old musician, born and raised in Israel. She already knew at the age of 3 that she wants to be a musician when she gets older. Lital has been facing a hearing disorder condition since childhood, many ears operations causing by infections and a cyst that needed to be removed.

Costa Blanca Arts Update – Claudi Arimany in Mozart and Marco Tezza in Schubert

Alfas del Pi music society restarted its concert programme in September and in October returned to its format of three concerts over a weekend. Claudi Arimany and the Beaux Arts trio played Mozart’s flute quartets and Italian pianist, Marco Tezza, played Schubert, Janacek and Schumann.

The Four Frank Zappa Songs I Would Like Played At My Funeral

Frank Vincent Zappa, born 1940 in Baltimore USA, died 1993 in Los Angeles, was a composer, guitarist, bandleader, film maker, entrepreneur and satirist who began his recording career in 1966 with the Mothers Of Invention double album Freak Out. I’ve become familiar with a lot of his output over the past thirty years or so, and there is now a vast quantity of his material to evaluate!! For this slightly morbid exercise of choosing one’s own funeral soundtrack, I’ve decided to try and whittle down to four those Frank Zappa songs I love and think best exemplify him.

Different Ways to Present Identity on MySpace

THE first time I listened to Mbaqanga music, I never took it seriously and thought it can be a genre on its own to be identified as the best that could soothe and entertain someone’s soul. The bumpy panoptic rhythm sound that most listeners could respond serious by nodding their heads and mimicking the words, was only what I thought could have caused many to lose their heads to it, not knowing that there is much into it. The way of life, which most people around my village have been crying foul to have been lost…

Dance To The Music

From the beginning of time, Jubal was the first musician mentioned in the Bible; he played the flute and harp. Genesis 4:21. Why do we listen to music? Are your listening pleasures to express your emotions through praise, mourning, victory, and dance; to help relieve some of your anxieties?

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