Let’s Celebrate the Clean Violin
If you like the sight of an old violin all caked up with rosin, skip this post. This is about keeping a clean violin that looks good and shows you take good care of it.
Not long ago, one of my students came in to the studio, took out her violin and it looked stunning. It shined like a new … Read more
Power Up the Triad with Natural Tuning
For readers of thrillers and action novels, triad power derives from a mysterious and dangerous Chinese gang. For us musicians, triad power comes from the chord that is the working result of the three notes that form a triad. I would like to explore the origen of the triad in the overtone series to show how natural western … Read more
Your First Pentatonic Scale Is Here
Pentatonic scales and patterns are covered in so many online lessons and videos, why would I even bother to write about them? The difference here is that nothing will be added to the pentatonic scale, no blues notes, no alternate notes. Not right now.
And the other thing is, we are beginning right at the starting gate and taking … Read more