The Etudes Project continues with a new set of melodic studies. “Songs Without Words” is a set of 12 original solo guitar pieces at an advanced beginner level written for both enjoyment and skill development. You can learn something from pretty much any song or piece of music, but there’s a lot to gain from […]
Thank you to the fine folks at Nashville Voyager for reaching out to talk about NGG!
It’s time for the annual year-end specials. This year, a starter lesson package, a preregistration discount for current students, and new music from NGG Publications. Click here to learn more!
Sheri O’Neal is a professional photographer, teacher, and creative force. In this interview for her blog The Creative Push, we discuss staying vital for the long term, and how all the work we do is part of the output of the whole artist.
Thanks to Joshua Smotherman at IndieMusicDiscovery.com for this feature interview.
(Note: the following first appeared on Alfred Music‘s MakeMusic blog. Written for teachers, but I think the insights apply to anyone). Every teacher knows how much we learn from our students. The act of teaching itself makes you view the music differently as you learn to communicate it more directly. Different students’ experiences teach us […]