Ever wonder what the MAIN THING is about the songs that you love? Is it the chords? Is it the rhythm? The groove? Yeah...it's just a joke. I'm very sorry. :P
Throughout the Get Back footage, we hear The Beatles play and sing 46+ songs by their musical heroes. Let's dive in and discover how The Fab Four were influenced by the music they knew and how it affected the music they made together.
A fun look at the music theory behind the genius modulation device Jacob Collier used in his Djesse 2022 World Tour at the Wilshire in Los Angeles on Every Time We Say Goodbye
As musicians, we have our own unique struggles when it comes to practicing our craft. Not wanting anyone to hear you practice is normal. At least for me it is.
Ami G and F are like magic for some reason. Those chords tend to be some of the first that people discover when they start exploring the piano and they are the building blocks for some of the greatest songs ever written and of songs YET to be written!
Ad-free content and new classes each week! https://nebulaclasses.com/aimeenolte Hang out with me and explore the world of the summer jazz camp - and more specifically, the Hilton Head Jazz camp in South Carolina where we will hear and see the inner workings of jazz education up close!
Michael McDonald leant his smooth soulful voice and his gospel-inspired keyboard playing to Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers and countless other musical artists during the 70s, 80s and 90s! Let's explore the fascinating career that crossed from Classic Rock to Pop to Motown to Yacht Rock and see if we can discover what made EVERYONE want that "Michael McDonald Sound."
Keith Jarrett is the epitome of melody, the king of lyricism and the master of the motif. Explore the Standards In Norway album with me as we discover the genius of this master together.
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