Creative Soul Music School is now offering some exciting new music programs, even for those future musicians who are very young.
I do not think it is a surprise that all of us at Creative Soul believe in the importance of musical education. Carol Watson at National Nannies writes:
Music - for those who love it - is a life-long pursuit. The landscape of the musical world is constantly changing, not only is sound and style, but also in the way we consume and distribute music. As music teachers and instructors, the job sometimes becomes even more complex.
In this age of smart phones, tablets, and other mobile devices, musicians (and future musicians) have a whole new set of tools to help them perfect their craft.
For the aspiring guitarist out there, tech writer and blogger Tim Brookes found five completely free apps for the iphone/ipad. These apps will help music students of all levels learn guitar.
Music moves us. When we hear a song, it stirs emotions inside of us. Often time, seconds after a song starts, a memory pops into my head. For many of us that love music, we have written a soundtrack of our lives. The sad times, the good times, moments that changed how we feel and think. But, is there a science to the emotion of music? Chris Gaylord of The Christian Science Monitor..
Everyone has their own musical prefrerence. I discovered my love for music at eleven-years-old. As I entered high school, I had a very narrow view of music. Now in my thirties, I have found a new appreciation for all types of music, from rock to bluegrass to big band to hip hop and everything in between. As my boys have grown to love music, I have done my best to expose them to all genres..
Finding inspiration can often be harder than finding rain during a Texas summer. Not knowing when or where your next song, essay, or poem will come from, can make completion seem like a far-off dream. Chris Bolton, musician and songwriter, offers some advice: