Publication of works on the Internet
The Internet is an environment in which it is possible to publish large editions, while at the same time making a minimum of costs. You do not need to pay…

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Istria Deep Purple
In March 1968, a group composed of Richie Blackmore - lead guitar, John Lord - organ, backing vocals, Rod Evans - vocals, Nikki Simper - bass, backing vocals, Jan Pace…

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About vocals
The vocalist (from the Latin words vox - "voice" and vocalis - "sounding") is a musical profession, a role in a musical group, involves the performance of various vocal parts.…

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Guitar Mastery

It is known that every novice guitarist at the beginning of his training is at a kind of fork (intersection). He faces a series of questions. For example, such as: how to learn to play the guitar? where to start? in which direction to move? what principles to follow? how to approach the case? what to focus on? what to play finally? etc.

He can ask such questions explicitly, or they may worry him somewhere deep down. The thing is that the way he learns depends on how he responds to them. Is his success waiting for him to become a master guitarist? Or potrenka couple of little years and throw? Continue reading

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Istria Deep Purple
In March 1968, a group composed of Richie Blackmore - lead guitar, John Lord - organ, backing vocals, Rod Evans - vocals, Nikki Simper - bass, backing vocals, Jan Pace…

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We create music on the computer
Oddly enough, today, to write music, it is not necessary even to know musical notation. However, the music school in the background does not interfere at all. The theme of…

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Humorous and shkodnaya music
Scherzo (Italian. Scherzo - literally “joke”) is a joke piece, it can be part of a symphony, a sonata, a quartet or an independent piece of music in a lively,…

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Sw in dance music
Somehow I thought about one thing: sometimes one bass, a drummer and a pair of cymbals are enough to make people like to twitch from this primitiveness! Why it happens?…

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