Entertainment Articles
  • Discover the History of Mechanical Music, Part III
  • by Monique Hawkins
  • There is much more to music figurines, wooden jewelry boxes, children's jewelry boxes, and wooden keepsake boxes that meet the eye. Indeed, all mechanical music, including music boxes, has a unique history. Let's continue to discover what that is.
  • On Fiction Writing - Convincing Characterization
  • by James Jenkins
  • A fiction novelist has the privilege of creating and portraying a cast of engaging, provocative, intriguing, and complex characters, bringing them to life and evoking a host of emotions for the reader. It is no small achievement. This can be a daunting task, which is accomplished one small step at a time.
  • Piano Lesson - The Piano is a Drum Set
  • by Ronald Worthy
  • Too many pianists seem to have forgotten that their instrument is classified as part of the percussion family. They spend so much energy and focus on the minute details, such as which note goes where, that they lose (or never get) the visceral connection with their instrument, the relaxed physicality that drummers have.
  • Your Drumming is Your Voice
  • by Daniel N Brown
  • After having played music with many different musicians on many different skill levels I have noticed something interesting among most of them.
  • Discover The Unique History of Mechanical Music, Part II
  • by Monique Hawkins
  • Inlaid music boxes, musical jewelry boxes, wooden keepsake boxes, and other types of mechanical collectibles are favorite items for some music box and antique collectors. Let?s continue to discover the unique history of music boxes and other mechanical music
  • The Art of Playing Jazz Guitar - A True Preparation Primer Part 2
  • by John Belthoff
  • In part 1; we discussed various metronome techniques to advance our awareness, concentration, feeling, and broaden our minds while practicing. This article will go into what we should be practicing and, more importantly, thinking when using those techniques.
  • World of Warcraft:From zero to hero...
  • by Steven Golden
  • World of Warcraft Leveling Guide.This guide walks you from level 1 to level 60 as horde or alliance - where to go, what to do, and what to avoid.
  • Discover the Unique History of Mechanical Music, Part I
  • by Monique Hawkins
  • The delicate sounds of a ballerina music box, inlaid music box, musical jewelry box, or music trinket box is loved by many a music box and antique collector. Some collectors and lovers of mechanical music may not realize the interesting history that is part of the world of music boxes and mechanical music. Let's discover what that is.
  • Seeing through the Eyes of an Artist
  • by Lynne Taetzsch
  • Visual artists pay more attention to the sights around them than most people. They mentally compose a landscape, a portrait, or an abstract composition as they wander through the world. You, too, can learn to see more in your surroundings by paying attention, and thus enrich your visual world.
  • Are You an Organized Drummer?
  • by Daniel N Brown
  • Experimenting is definitely a good thing, and that's why we practice, but there just comes a time when experimenting is over.
  • So, You Want To Collaborate? The Key to Success For Songwriters
  • by Alex Forbes
  • Most of the hit songs on the charts were co-written by 2 or more songwriters. Learn why collaborating is such a powerful way to achieve success in the music business, and how you can expand your community of co-writers. Hit songwriter and coach Alex Forbes, who has had hits on the Billboard charts since 1985, shares proven collaborating techniques designed to inspire the next generation of hit writers.
  • Online casinos are a version of ("brick and mortar") casinos
  • by Michael Heighen
  • Online casinos, also known as virtual casinos, are online versions of traditional ("brick and mortar") casinos. Online casinos enable gamblers to play and wager on casino games through the Internet. Online casinos generally offer odds and payback percentages that are comparable to land-based casinos. Some online casinos claim higher payback percentages for slot machine games, and some publish payout percentage audits on their websites.
  • Play Piano - Preparing to Practice
  • by Ronald Worthy
  • When the practicing "blahs" strike, you just need an attitude adjustment. You don't have to sweat blood to practice well. You don't even have to think of it as work, or duty, or even something that you ought to do.
  • The Art of Playing Jazz Guitar - A True Preparation Primer Part 1
  • by John Belthoff
  • I'm not going to kid you; playing Jazz Guitar is extremely difficult at best and almost downright impossible at worst. However there are things you can do to improve your improvisation skills and feeling and we'll discuss them throughout this multi part series so look for additional parts in the near future.
  • Why Practice Drums With a Metronome?
  • by Daniel N Brown
  • A metronome is such a vital tool in music education that most teachers of guitar, piano, and violin all utilize the power of metronomes within their lessons. How then, even more important for the time keeper of a band to practice with a metronome.
  • How to Find the Best Disc Music Box
  • by Monique Hawkins
  • For the music box and antique collector who enjoys wooden keepsake boxes, children's jewelry boxes, wooden music boxes, ballerina music boxes, and music trinket boxes, disc movements also make valuable collectibles. The following are twelve interesting models of disc music boxes that collectors can choose from.
  • The Value of a Drummer
  • by Daniel N Brown
  • The drummer is vital to a band, and a great drummer can make up somewhat for other musicians who may not be at the same level of progress.
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