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Vinnie Kilduff - Learn To Play The Tin Whistle

Vinnie Kilduff - Learn To Play The Tin WhistleFamous virtuoso Irish flute (tin whistle) Vinnie Kilduff gives lessons at the same time, perhaps the simplest to master, beautiful and cheap musical instrument. Just take in mind - the cost of a simple tin whistle - from $3, which availbale almost for all musicians and newbies. With all this flute is easy to learn, has a distinct sound, and requires NO special skills to play it.

L.E. McCullough - Learn to Play Irish Tinwhistle

L.E. Mccullough - Learn to Play Irish TinwhistlePerhaps the most readily identifiable sound of traditional Irish music is the sound of the Tin or Penny Whistle. Once mastered, this simple, inexpensive instrument can be played by a soloist or as an important element in a multi-instrument Irish music session.

Brett Manning - Mastering Harmony Vol. 1

Brett Manning - Mastering Harmony Vol. 1In this voice training course, Voice Coach Brett Manning, along with Claude McKnight of the 10-Time GRAMMY wInning a cappella group Take 6, will teach you the fundamentals of finding and singing harmony. "Find it. Hear it. Sing it."
Have you ever noticed how some singers can instantly sing a harmony to a song that they are not familiar with? For some, singing harmony seems to come naturally, but for those who struggle to sing harmony it can seem difficult and mysterious.

Gaye Adegbalola - Learn to Sing the Blues

Gaye Adegbalola - Learn to Sing the BluesHere's a vocal workshop that will help bring your blues songs to life! W. C. Handy Award-winner Gaye Adegbalola has identified 17 key points to help a singer put his or her song across. As she puts it: "My mission is give you some ideas to help you relay a story... lay your soul bare... share an experience... say aloud what others feel deep inside."

Robert Greenberg - Understanding the Fundamentals of Music

Robert Greenberg - Understanding the Fundamentals of MusicWe all know that beneath the surface of music, beyond the joy or excitement or even heartache that this beautiful language of sound can stir within us, lies the often mysterious realm of music theory - a complex syntax of structural and instrumental resources that composers may draw on.

Joe Lovano - Jazz Improvisation: A Personal Approach

Joe Lovano - Jazz Improvisation: A Personal ApproachDevelop your own voice with the practice techniques that have helped make Joe Lovano one of the most respected improvisers of our time. In this Workshop, Lovano shows you how to play with the greater spontaneity and feeling. He'll teach you how to interpret the melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic essence of a tune.

Billy Boy Arnold - Chicago Blues Harmonica

Billy Boy Arnold - Chicago Blues HarmonicaBilly is an unparalleled source of historical information about the development of the harmonica in this century. After delivering an informative and entertaining introduction about the instrument he loves, Billy walks and talks you through the important aspects of the styles of both Sonny Boys and the two Walters.

JP Allen - Learning Harmonica

JP Allen - Learning HarmonicaIf you want to learn how to play harmonica in a way that's super fun, easy and free, then get ready! Over the past twenty years, he had the honor and delight to teach thousands of people, all over the world to play harmonica.

Ken Perlman - Clawhammer Style Banjo

Ken Perlman - Clawhammer Style BanjoClawhammer Style Banjo - A Complete Guide For Beginning And Advanced Banjo Players from Ken Perlman, here is a brilliant teaching guide that is destined to become the handbook on how to play the banjo. The style is easy to learn, and covers the instruction itself, basic right and left-hand positions, simple chords, and fundamental clawhammer techniques; the brush, the bumm-titty strum, pull-offs, and slides.

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