My husband owns many t-shirts. Most are nerdy and incorporate his favorite things: baseball, Arrested Development, Game of Thrones, etc. Surprisingly, he only owns a couple of music t-shirts at the moment. Here are two…Read More
Doe, a deer, a female deer. If only it was that simple.
Solfège is a method used to help teach people to sing, with each syllable (do re mi fa sol la ti) corresponding to a note in a standard diatonic scale…Read More
About four years into our dating relationship, John and I broke up. Obviously this story has a happy ending as we are married with two kids now, but we were broken up for about five months in 2010. There were many reasons for this temporary split, most of which I won’t be going into here, but one of the reasons was this…Read More
My husband is a musician. Since you’re reading his blog, you probably know this already. What you may not know is what it’s like to be the WOAM (Wife of a Musician™). Here are five facts about being a WOAM…Read More
One of the frequent questions I get from clients regards the proper use of key signatures. When we take music lessons growing up, we’re taught that the purpose of a key signature is to avoid having to write all the sharps and flats in the music – that we can just put those sharps and flats…Read More
Rock music and classical music have a lot of similarities. They also have many differences. It’s not surprising then that I often have classically-trained musicians, who are thinking like classically-trained musicians, asking for transcription requests of rock and pop music..Read More