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Moon Songs Vibrate From You Finding Out

por Teresa Wisewould (2021-06-01)

What's that you say? You don't play any musical instruments? You don't know how to read music? No problem, most pop stars today are in the same boat as you. I went to my local Best Buy and put down $60 on a music program called Magix. It gave me a library of sample music, everything from drum beats, guitar rifts, and techno rhythms. It actually says on the box, and this time it's not just for the sale, no joke, it says Digital DJ, anyone can become a DJ, and that's just an excerpt. The rest sounds like a 2nd graders color by numbers using Magix, the help, the instructions, the easy and user friendly features.

Let me tell you the great news about best pop songs. They are the EASIEST songs to learn. It may take you years and years to learn a Bach Invention or a Mozart Concerto. But you can learn ANY song on the radio in a few hours. Maybe even less depending on how skilled you are.

Piano Man - Billy Joel Like Elton John, Billy Joel has many songs that are consistent hits at the piano bar, it's easy to see why, Billy spent the early part of his career playing piano bars in New York. This song chronicles what he saw night after night from his spot at the keyboard, which are the same things most of still see as piano bar entertainers. A timeless classic outside of the piano bar, but in the piano bar it's a theme song made to be sung loud. And drunk if possible.

Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen This song from Queen's Night at the Opera album is one of the most unlikely axeg music of all time. There's no chorus or hook to speak of, it journeys through a few different parts before rocking out towards the end. Even though the lyrics don't always make a lot of sense, people everywhere are able to sing out every word including all the scaramouches and fandangos.

We do not have songwriting anymore. We have things out there that are a reasonable facsimile of music, but a lot of it is not really music. At least I don't accept it as music, and it doesn't interest me at all.

Another good alternative is to help them to figure out simple melodies by ear, twinkle twinkle little star, frere jacques, happy birthday, or the theme from Star Wars are just a few examples that kids I've known have enjoyed learning.

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