Monthly Archives: April 2015

 

 

Good afternoon!

I hope you’re ready for an adventure of music!  In this video, I share some background info on select pieces in a wide variety of genres, and there are also audio clips throughout so that you can hear what I’m talking about.

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Allysia has been teaching piano in Canada for nearly a decade, and has her Grade 10 RCM certificate. She especially enjoys nerding out to music history and theory. When she’s not making videos or teaching, she’s reading, writing, and jamming in a rock band.

 

 

Hello!

Today we’re going to explore the dark world of minor chords, as well as learn what those flat symbols are and how to interpret them.

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Allysia has been teaching piano in Canada for nearly a decade, and has her Grade 10 RCM certificate. She especially enjoys nerding out to music history and theory. When she’s not making videos or teaching, she’s reading, writing, and jamming in a rock band.

 

 

Hello!

Today’s video is one I’m SUPER EXCITED about, because music history is really interesting and Mozart was a pretty hip and happenin’ dude.  I have a Tardis, I know these things.

Be sure to give the video a thumbs up if you want to have more music history parties!

xo,
Allysia

Allysia has been teaching piano in Canada for nearly a decade, and has her Grade 10 RCM certificate. She especially enjoys nerding out to music history and theory. When she’s not making videos or teaching, she’s reading, writing, and jamming in a rock band.

 

 

Hi!

In today’s video, you’ll get to play around with two basic chords, which are a simple way to flesh out the harmony for any piece.  We’ll also talk just a little chord theory, so you get a glimpse into how they’re built.  And everything gets put together in a simplified Mozart tune from one of his operas!

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Allysia has been teaching piano in Canada for nearly a decade, and has her Grade 10 RCM certificate. She especially enjoys nerding out to music history and theory. When she’s not making videos or teaching, she’s reading, writing, and jamming in a rock band.

Howdy!

It’s tough to find music at your level without the help of a teacher, whether you’re a beginner or advanced student.  In today’s video, I talk about some of my methods for finding music for my students, as well as for myself.  Here are some websites I mentioned:

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Allysia has been teaching piano in Canada for nearly a decade, and has her Grade 10 RCM certificate. She especially enjoys nerding out to music history and theory. When she’s not making videos or teaching, she’s reading, writing, and jamming in a rock band.