Easy Listening Genre / Music

The term ‘easy listening’ has been used as a tag for the style of popular music that is easy on the ear; soft, beautiful, light music for years. It first emerged in the middle of the 20th century and evolved into big band and swing music. The simplicity of ‘easy listening’ music is that it catches the romance of laid-back rhythmic melodies, popular with couples throughout the globe. The genre can include anything from pop singers and bands, exotica artists, through to instrumental forms often played on violins, organs etc. The genre is very similar to what is called ‘lounge music’. However, lounge music is more jazz orientated and more dependent on musical improvisation. Easy listening is usually arranged and orchestrated rather than improvised, which is probably why it’s ‘easy listening’.

Another title given to ‘easy listening’ is ‘elevator’ or ‘lift’ music. This is usually referred to as ‘muzak’, and generally referred to in a derogatory way. I’m sure we’ve all been stuck in a lift, having to put up with the constant drone of noise spilling out of the speakers – so there’s no wonder ‘muzak’ is thought of in a derogatory way. However, as Muzak is actually a corporation which manufacture, produces and programmes this ‘easy listening’ music, it isn’t actually a genre in itself at all.

The American magazine ‘Billboard’ featured an easy listening singles chart in the 1960’s – an ‘easy listening music top 40’. This morphed into an adult contemporary chart in 1979 and continues to this day. Nostalgia or beautiful music; a subset of easy listening music, had quite rigid standards for instrumentation when played on the radio – few or no saxophones could be played and only a restricted amount of vocals could be played in an hour. Often, well known cover versions of the 60’s and 70’s were re-arranged and customized into instrumental songs for the radio format during its peak in popularity.

The term ‘easy listening’ is a relatively broad one in that it’s also used to describe genres such as new age music, smooth jazz and soft rock, and many more, although it isn’t correct to include these in the label at all. After all, even Metallica have songs on the softer side that could be labeled as easy listening, but not many of us would put them in this genre of music.

New age music is the perfect accompaniment to yoga, massage, meditation, stress management and reading. The melodies are repetitive and soothing and often include a drum beat to give a hypnotic effect. And although there are rarely vocals in new age music, they can include tribal chants and angelic harmonies.

Smooth jazz is a sub-genre of jazz that is influenced by R&B, funk, rock and pop. Modern derivatives of the genre include the new adult contemporary format of broadcast radio. However, the popularity of smooth jazz has waned since 2007 and in the US it was abandoned by several high profile radio stations, even though smooth jazz concerts and record sales still continue to show fan support.

Soft rock, also labeled easy, mellow or light rock, uses the techniques of rock ‘n’ roll to compose a softer, more toned down sound which is easier on the ears and heart rate. Soft rock songs tend to be based on love and life and relationships and tend to involve acoustic guitars, pianos and synths. Electric guitars are toned down to give a softer sound.

It’s quite important that all the differing forms of music should keep their own identity and not be put under this very ‘easy to use’ ‘easy listening’ label. There are very many styles of music it would be convenient to stuff into the, let’s face it, usually bland, easy listening box that have their own very unique nuances and deserve to have their own label.

Nadel Paris is a recording artist, musician, music producer, songwriter, dancer, published author, screenwriter, and her music is a mix between different styles: Dance, EDM, Pop, Urban …etc.
She is also an actor, an acting coach, a film/TV producer and the owner of the leading acting institution in personal growth for children. For year Nadel and her staff have been the driving factor towards personal growth for children.
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The Pop Art Effect: Nadel Paris

One of the many beautiful things about art is how it is able to incite change and evoke tremendous emotions within its viewers. Whether it is a painting, sculpture, musical arrangement, fashion piece, novel or any other type of art, it can have the ability to change certain peoples’ perspectives. Pop Art is typically created with this intention; each piece carefully crafted to further the art movement and shine a light on mass consumerism.

As the Pop art movement has grown, many new artists and new techniques have emerged, allowing the movement to grow and change appropriately as the world changes. Pop art has transformed the traditional art market, allowing art to be placed on consumer products as part of the message, rather than a means of selling out to the corporate world. More accessible items such as plates, magnets, posters and many other every day products now often adorn Pop art originals created by some of the most well known artists in the Pop art community.

Also, the movement has shown to be largely focused on philanthropic efforts in the local community. Many artists donate their time, money and artwork to raise money for multiple charities and causes. Also, many artists, including one of the most famous artists associated with the movement, Romero Britto, serve on the board of various charities and some even start their own. It has become clear to artists within the Pop art movement that to truly move forward and change the way people view the world, they need to be associated with the organizations focused on making these changes a reality.

Keeping these things in mind, it is clear that Pop art has had quite an effect on the world. It has snowballed into this amazing movement filled with artistic endeavors, a new spin on mass consumerism and a dedication to philanthropic efforts.

Artistic Endeavors

Pop art aims to blur the line between what most people refer to as “low” pop culture and “high” art. By utilizing found art that relates to mass consumerism, such as advertisements, comics and packaging, this has become relatively easy to do. Because of that, it became necessary to be clearer about what Pop art truly means to convey, and a simple collage of multiple magazine cutouts masqueraded as a Pop art piece. The message is meant to be clear, but debatable. People who view Pop art pieces should be able to interpret them in multiple ways, but at the same time a message should be clearly conveyed, typically related to pop culture and mass consumerism.

As the movement has progressed, most artists have started trying to emotionally detach themselves from their art works in order to convey a “cold” sense of connection with their work. Their goal is to be ambivalent to the work so that the trauma of mass consumerism is in the forefront of the piece’s overall meaning.

A New Spin on Mass Consumerism

One of the interesting aspects of Pop art is its ability to mock mass consumerism and participate in it at the same time. Many Pop art pieces are prominently displayed on mass produced items such as plates, cups, key chains, posters, magnets, buttons, t-shirts and much more. This seems like it would go completely against the goal of Pop art to mock mass consumerism, but it has become a very powerful comment on it. By placing Pop art on mass-produced consumer products, the people who love and enjoy Pop art are forced to consider the hypocrisy of the product itself and the fact that they made the purchase. Opening up to this deep level of thinking is a direct reflection of what Pop artists strive for with their work. So although putting Pop art on all of these products seems to go against everything the movement stands for, it actually allows there to be a new and creative way of thinking about Pop art.

Taking the thought-process behind how we interpret Pop art to another, higher level of thinking just speaks to how quickly this movement is gaining speed and becoming incredibly influential in the art world. If it keeps progressing at this pace, it will surpass many other art forms before it in terms of progressive thought.

Philanthropic Efforts

One of the most important ways that Pop art has been influencing the world is through the charitable efforts of some of the most well-known artists associated with the movement. Many Pop artists have donated their money, time and artwork to further different charities they support. The beauty of Pop art is that it does not try to push any one person in a specific charitable direction. However, the focus of much of Pop art does typically move the artist and their fans to participate in charity events.

This seems to be a very interesting phenomenon that is stemming from the public’s view of Pop art. While they are, of course, enjoying the artwork, a dedication to supporting many of the charities that Pop artists are involved in is becoming important to the consumer as well.

Over time, the Pop art movement has clearly morphed into far more than a fleeting period of art. The Pop art movement has affected many people in positive, forward thinking ways, and it is apparent that Pop art will continue to impact the world for many years to come.

Nadel Paris is a recording artist, musician, music producer, songwriter, dancer, published author, screenwriter, and her music is a mix between different styles: Dance, EDM, Pop, Urban …etc.
She is also an actor, an acting coach, a film/TV producer and the owner of the leading acting institution in personal growth for children. For year Nadel and her staff have been the driving factor towards personal growth for children.

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Query and The Importance of Feedback for Screenplay

Screenwriting

As a screenwriter, you are going to get feedback on your screenplay, whether you like it or not. Every time you have someone read your film script, they are going to give you their opinion. It is just part of the course. Everyone assumes you want to know what they think. And quite frankly, they are right. You do want to know what they think of your story. But are you prepared for their opinion?

Feedback is necessary to your screenplays development. It is the essential element that will tie all the pieces together. A screenplay query sets the tone to understanding the development and structure of your film script.

As a screenwriter seeking a screenplay query, merely means you are seeking outside advice. So look to the professionals to give it to you. A professional screenwriter marketing service that specializes in script analysis and script critique would be the right choice.

If you plan it wisely, you can choose your feedback. There are 4 stages to the feedback process that are most crucial to the development of a screenplay. Choose your screenplay query after each one of these stages. The advice you will receive after each stage will add depth and substance to the overall success of your film script.

Nadel Paris who herself is a screenwriter always suggests that you organize your writing notes first before you get started writing the actual screenplay. Try and put them into some kind of order. The best way to do this is by designing your screenplay.

After each one of these stages, it would be advisable to seek a screenplay query from a professional script doctor. A script analysis and critique will help you to see any inconsistencies and resolve them.
1. Write a 3 to 10 page treatment or synopsis of your story. Single spaced. A treatment or synopsis is simply a narrative of all the major actions and characters from start to finish. Basically, it is a short story version of your screenplay.
2. Write a 7 to 30 page outline of your story. This will serve as the structure for your screenplay.
3. Write a first draft of your screenplay. This is when your story really starts to come to life. You have the building blocks to guide you. With the treatment and outline as a blueprint you can develop your film script through each scene.
4. Writing a final draft of your screenplay is basically, writing and rewriting. Ironing out all the inconsistencies and tying up any remaining loose threads.

Ms. Nadel Paris is a screenwriter, published author, recording artist, musician, music producer, songwriter, a dancer and her music is a mix between different styles: Dance, EDM, Pop, Urban …etc.
Nadel and her staff have been the driving factor towards personal growth for children for years working with them in voice placement, voice projection.
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Singing Can Benefit Your Physical and Mental Well Being

Human beings are known to develop hobbies in their early childhood. Some enjoy drawing while most kids enjoy singing their hearts out. Growing up, these kids either take it up as a career or just let it be a hobby that cheers them up in their moments of sadness. Throughout the world, music has mesmerised people of different societies, ethnic groups and religions. Irrespective of caste and colour, people come together and sing on various occasions. Songs and music has for long been an expression of human behaviour. The style and forms of singing may differ from country to country, but in the end it all comes down to the satisfaction of the melody you produce using not only your voice, but also with the help of various instruments.

The form of singing may vary, but very few of us know, that singing has pleasant and soothing it may be, has a bunch of positive effects of our physical and mental health.

Singing involves a lot of breathing control. It increases the amount of oxygen you inhale. More oxygen automatically increases brain functioning and makes us more alert about things around us. When we sing, we use every muscle in our face, this is also a sort of an exercise. If you are tired of hearing your spouse snoring, perhaps you should have him/her join singing classes. Singing helps in calming snoring problems. As it improves the muscle tone of our larynx, it also helps in curing insomnia. In helps in improving metabolism.

Singing not enhances you physical health, but has great effects on your mental well-being as well. The process of singing, especially in a group, is highly motivational. Singing when you are stressed out helps in relaxing your mind and body and thus, it helps in stress management. There are certain chemicals released in our brain that makes you happy and feel good about everything, singing releases those chemicals and that is the reason you feel cheerful after a hearty song. Singing is also known to boost our memory muscles. It is said that people remember a song just after listening to it once. Many coaching classes today are taking advantage of this and turning difficult formulae to music form which actually helps the kids remember better, and the best part is, it actually works!

There are various forms of singing people know about today. Ranging right from the American based blues, pop and rock to the Indian ghazals, classical, qawwalies and sufi, all form of singing have certain positive effects on our physical and mental well being.

Looking for singing classes for your kids then enrol them with the Music School of Nadel Paris.

Nadel Paris is a recording artist, musician, music producer and a songwriter and is working with children in voice placement, voice projection. Nadel and her staff have been the driving factor towards personal growth for children for years.

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How to Coach Oneself to Learn to Sing: Nadel Paris

A lot of folk who has a passion for music and truly loves to sing ask themselves how they can teach themselves to learn to sing. When hiring a professional voice teacher what is evoked are the price and time it requires for you to learn how to sing, not to mention that details you want to study singing.

Below are some beneficial tips about how you can teach yourself to develop a good singing voice and expand your voice range.

1) Emotion – It is a fact that technical skills are crucial if you cannot convince people with your voice you are not a good vocalist. In singing even you are just practicing, it’s vital that you should emote. It is very important to use your entire body, most importantly your face and limbs to show the emotions you are feeling when you’re performing. A vocalist is compared to a flame without a heat if you cannot bring emotion into their voice every time they perform, it fills one standards but it’s not complete though.

2) Breathing – In singing, proper respiring system is very important because if you know how to breath properly you will go an exceedingly long way to improving your voice. It’s a common issue among folk who likes to sing is they hold their breath while singing instead of letting the air flow through their system. If a vocalist don’t have enough breath to sing notes then it is very important to develop a better respiring. In doing this you should draw breath to your diaphragm. Rather than belly breathing as what folk know, it’s now called diaphragmatic breathing. Once you know how to breathe the right way and learn how to sing without holding back your breath; you can now begin to get into it and learn finally proper respiring.

3) Constant Practice – We all know the fact that continuous practice is critical, it may not make your craft perfect but at least it will make much better. Sing if you can, whether in your bathroom or in your vehicle but don’t go overboard to the point that you can get sore throat. You may learn plenty if you will make singing part of your day to day life and experiment things how to learn better and faster. Another thing is also while practicing tries to look in front of the mirror so that you can see how your body reacts when you are singing.

Ms. Nadel Paris is a recording artist, musician, music producer and a songwriter. She has a voice which everyone remembers the minute they hear it! She has a warm very distinct sound. Nadel and her staff have been the driving factor towards personal growth for children for years.

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Making Your Own Beats – Hip Hop Beats Tips by Nadel Paris

If you are interested in making your own beats, then read this. You will learn tips to create hip hop beats.

As a beats maker, it is important to understand the different steps involved in creating your beats. Today we are just going to focus on the difference between editing, mixing, and mastering. Some people think that all of this occurs in the same step. Sometimes one step may blend into another, but these are actually three different steps.

The Editing Step

Once you have created your initial recording of the various tracks, you need to go back through each track and make any necessary changes. Sometimes you might end up changing a complete arrangement and other times it might be just certain notes in certain instruments. You may listen and decide that you want to have a different instrumental sound.

The Mixing Step

It is during this phase that you add your effects and listen to how all of the tracks blend together. You can add such things as your reverb, echo, volume, panning and distortion to name just a few. You can work with each track individually or you can work with a combination of tracks and then put them all together.

The Mastering Step

During this phase, the mastering engineer takes the final mix and does some last adjustments to the sound. It is during this step that the compression of the full track and the EQ of the complete song are done. The final timing and volume issues are completed and a master tape is created. Once the final tape is completed, it is then ready for the duplication process, where a predetermined number of CDs are produced in the required format.

Ms. Nadel Paris is a recording artist, musician, music producer, songwriter, dancer, published author, screenwriter, and her music is a mix between different styles: Dance, EDM, Pop, Urban …etc.

Nadel Paris has a voice which everyone remembers the minute they hear it! She has a warm very distinct sound.

Distributed by Tony Bucher and Universal Music, Two of her beats “Oh La La La” and “Funk it Up” feature rapper extraordinaire KXNG Crooked I has already made a massive with around 1.2 million views combined.

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The Development of Rock Music

Rock music is a kind of music (music genres) that began to be popular in the mid 50s. Its root was derived from rhythm and blues, country music from the 40s and 50s as well as the other various influences. Furthermore, it also took a variety of other musical styles, including folk music (folk music), jazz and classic music.

The distinctive sound of this music often revolved around the electric guitar or acoustic guitar, and the use of a very subtle back beat in the rhythm section on electric bass guitar and drums, and keyboards like organ, piano or synthesizers since the 70s. Besides the guitar or keyboard, saxophone and blues-style harmonica were sometimes used as a solo instrument. In its pure form, the rock music had three chords, a consistent and striking back-beat, and attractive melody.

In the late 60s and early 70s, it evolved into several types. Rock music that mixed with the folk music (local music in the U.S.) became folk rock, the music that mixed with blues became blues-rock and the one that mixed with jazz became a jazz-rock fusion.

In the 70s, rock combined the influence of soul, funk, and Latin music. Also in 70s, rock evolved into various sub-genres (sub-categories), such as soft rock, glam rock, heavy metal, hard rock, progressive rock, and punk rock. The sub-categories of rock that were popular in the 80s were the new wave, a hardcore punk, and alternative rock. In the 90s, there was grunge, Britpop, indie rock and nu metal.

A group of musicians who specialize in playing this music is called rock band or rock group. Many rock groups consist of guitar player, lead singer, bass guitar player, and drummer. In this case, they form a quartet.

Some rock groups take one or two positions above or use the main singer as a music player in addition to singing. In this case, they form a duo or trio. Another group has additional musicians like two rhythm guitars or a keyboardist. Somewhat less frequently, the rock group uses stringed musical instruments such as violin, cello or blower, such as saxophones, trumpet or trombones.

Ms. Nadel Paris is a recording artist, musician, music producer, songwriter, dancer, published author, screenwriter, and her music is a mix between different styles: Dance, EDM, Pop, Urban …etc.

Nadel and her staff have been the driving factor towards personal growth for children for years.

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What It Takes to Be a Successful Self-Published Author, Ask Nadel Paris

Even though there isn’t a “Get Successful Quick” secret that can package and sell to all the Indie Authors, there are some tried and true suggestions that you can use to set your writing career on the path to success.

 

Hard work

The first and most important suggestion that all self-published authors need to realize is that it takes a lot of hard work to publish your own book. Nothing worth doing is easy, this statement has never been more true than when applied to self publishing. Along with the freedom to make all of the decisions in guiding your own writing career comes the work it takes to become successful at it. You will need to go into task with open eyes and a plan to work as hard as you ever have for something that was worth it.

 

Know who your readers are and what they want

The only way to become a successful writer is to have a good understanding of who your readers are and what they want from you and the niche you are writing about. You need to be able to communicate with your readers in a way they will understand and be able to give them what they are looking for and expect.

 

Be an entrepreneur

Indie authors who treat their book as a business and use good entrepreneurial skills are the most successful. An author who is always on the watch for a new way of reaching their readers, new groups of people to address and a new way to get their message across will have their efforts paid off with a greater fanbase.

 

Adapt

Always be willing to adapt to changing situations whenever necessary. You will need to constantly keep your finger on the pulse of your niche and make changes as often as required to keep your message fresh and informative.

 

Research

Stay on top of all the research available in your niche and the self publishing community in general. Make sure you try to stay informed and one step ahead of everyone else.

 

Help your fellow Indie Author

The community of independent authors is a very friendly and helpful one. Other authors will be quick to offer help and guidance whenever necessary because there isn’t really the competition that you will find in other industries. You aren’t necessarily competing for the same readers since you are usually writing about different topics. The community is also helpful because the authors that have gone before you remember what it was like when they were in your shoes and how much work it was to get to where they are today. Don’t forget to return the favor to them by helping someone else out where you can, which will insure the helpful mindset will continue.

 

Even though there isn’t a secret to being a successful self published author, there are some helpful tips that you can follow to guide you in the right direction.

Nadel Paris is a published author, recording artist, musician, music producer, songwriter.
Nadel and her staff have been the driving factor towards personal growth for children for years. She believes that teaching kids how to sing has kept her own vocal capacities and skills alive!

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Dancing Styles & Dance Moves for Beginners

There are so many different genres of dance that one can feel overwhelmed when he or she thinks of learning to dance. However it is not as complicated as it seems.

Firstly, to excel at a certain style it may take years of practice, to be able to cope with several types of dancing is not quite as hard. For many people who enjoy a range of activities, it is much more beneficial to learn a little about each style and not a lot about just one. This is because the usual person in today’s world will be exposed and often “pressured” into dancing at a variety of events. Therefore someone may encounter hip-hop, ballroom, and break dancing styles all in a very short period of time.

Overview of the main types of dance and some of the moves needed for each

Hip-hop is a great dance style to be familiar with as it can be used whenever there is a faster beat. Also, don’t think that hip-hop is just for those with baggy pants and lots of neck chains, anyone can benefit from acquiring this skill.

The most basic element of this genre is time-steps, a name also used for ballet moves. These require that you step in certain directions in time with the beat that is playing. “Step-tap” is one of these moves where you step to one side and then follow with your other foot and tapping it as it lands, continue this left and right.

A variation of this is “tap-step” where you tap with your first foot. You can experiment with many variations of these time-steps and maybe even create some of your own.

Another basic movement which looks great with a fast beat is isolations, where you separate movement in the upper body from the lower body. This can mean moving your shoulders back and forward while the rest of your body is still or swivelling your ankles creating movement while the rest of your body is still. These moves are the basics of hip-hop dance and should help in any club or dance party.

Ballroom dancers can be some of the most difficult to perform perfectly due to the high levels of coordination required. However with some very handy tips, you should be able to impress, even if it’s only at your next wedding.

Firstly, always move in a counter clockwise direction and the closer you are to the middle of the dance floor, the slower you should go. This is a helpful tip to remember as it gives direction and purpose which will affect the rest of your dancing. Another easy tip is that if you are a woman, you should start with your right foot as opposed to a man, who should lead with his left.

If you want to impress your dancing partner, try this one technique. Just before you launch off, lean into the direction you will go and lean according to how far you will step. This tells your partner you are ready to go and does not jerk them roughly. These tips will hopefully save you from embarrassment on the slower dance floors where everything is under scrutiny.

Although break dancing may sound like something you would never want to do let alone try doing, break dancing for beginners can give you a few simple moves that will help keep you in time with the beat while helping you relax and enjoy your time spent dancing.

These moves are for the club or disco although you are free to show them off at the next ball or wedding you attend. The first move is the hand glide and just requires you to put one hand on the floor and tuck the other into your chest, then use your free hand to push yourself around until you are spinning on your hand. You can go as fast as you can manage. A head spin is a great looking move which isn’t as hard as it seems, place your head and hands on the floor and spin around. Much practice may be needed!

Not only are these moves fun, but they are great at building muscle strength.

So don’t worry if you can’t master all of these techniques, as long as you got some handy tips then you are already much better off. You are probably now a much better dancer than the average person. If you were very intrigued by one or more of these styles then maybe you should take up a course in your local town or city in order to really improve your skills. You may not have seen yourself as a dancer but it is something that with a little practice, anyone can impress with.

Nadel Paris is a dancer, recording artist, musician, music producer, songwriter, published author, actor, and a screenwriter.

Ms. Nadel Paris has been working with children in dance training. She proudly has allowed for children to become so good at their craft that the kids who sing, dance and act, or two out of the three, often perform as series regular actors on major shows on television.

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Become A Better Musician With Better Practice Habits

As with anything in life, you will become a better musician the more you practice and even though you can’t expect to be an overnight sensation in most cases, you can dramatically increase your performance by the way you practice.

Most people don’t think about warming up before practicing their music but just like an athlete it will help you to perform better and learn faster. Always warm up before you begin practicing to settle your nerves and get your body relaxed so that you will get the best results from your practice session.

Another crucial aspect Ms. Nadel Paris (a Musician) believes of practicing music is setting realistic and attainable goals. Very few people can sit down and play a son perfectly with just a little practice, it takes time and repetition. Many musical scores may take weeks of practice just too master one song. For exceptionally long pieces, separate them into sections and concentrate on a particular section during each practice session.

Strategy is also important, especially when trying to learn a complex piece of music. You can play a tough to learn section repeatedly until you get it down or you can play it more slowly than intended and gradually increase the speed until you are playing at the tempo the music was written for.

Before you begin to play a certain piece of music, analyze it to determine the style it is supposed to be played in, what the timing should be, and the speed in which it is meant to be played. It is best to read over the entire piece a couple of times first so that you will know what the music should be played like before you get started.

If your aim is to become as good a musician as possible you need to practice as much as you can. When you see professional musicians who seem to play so flawlessly, you can believe that they practice their craft for several hours daily with extreme dedication.

You should break your practices up into segments such as this:

First you should warm up, going though through scales, chords, arpeggios, and book warm-up exercises before attempting a complicated piece of music.
The next step should to practice increasing the speed of your play by beginning at a slower tempo then moving up. This is similar to what we mentioned above about learning a difficult song.

Another way to help you to learn to read music better is to attempt to play an entire sheet of music you have never done. Doing this will assist you in your reading skill and enable you to learn to play new music much faster.
Mastering the art of music isn’t something that can be done overnight, it takes years of practice and dedication.

Nadel Paris is a recording artist, musician, music producer, songwriter, dancer, published author, actor, and a screenwriter. Nadel and her staff have been the driving factor towards personal growth for children for years.
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