I answer a variety of general music related questions. I have multiple music degrees and years of experience in the field.
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15 years professional experience.
BM, BME, MM, DMA.
To appreciate something you must first understand it. If a style of music has not yet lost grasp of your interest or preference, try getting a deeper understanding of its meaning and purpose. This may find you with the freedom to appreciate and enjoy more styles of music than you thought was possible.
Universities and colleges accept into their programs people of all ages and with all kinds of backgrounds. You can major in funk and hip hop, at least via proxy, by majoring in music performance with an
Hello, Thank you for writing. I hope you are not asking a homework question for a music education class. If you are, then I urge you to seek your own answer and entirely on your own (through reflecting
Hello Joe, Sight-reading is a kind of practice entirely on its own, separate from the other music that we normally practice (songs, solos, etc.). You can improve your reading, in general, by studying
Hello, Without receiving music degree(s) you can opt to study music privately from music instructors who do have music degrees and years of experience in the specific subcategory of music that you wish
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