Today, we continue our look at the origins of music with the story of Guido d’Arezzo – one of the greatest music educators of his time.
How to build music scales using half steps and whole steps. We examine the chromatic scale, major scale, and minor scales in this video.
Stars and Stripes Forever is one of the most recognizable marches by John Philip Sousa. In this installment of Music History Crash Course we take a closer look at the iconic composition.
How does a tambourine finger roll work? We take a closer look at one of the more interesting performance techniques for the percussion instrument in SLOW MOTION!
Pomp and Circumstance by Edward Elgar. Why do we play Pomp and Circumstance at graduations? That’s a good question! It all started in 1901…