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Guitar Lessons

  The guitar is an instrument with a diverse cultural history, beginning as early as the 12th Century in Europe and extending all the way into our present day. Whether Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, or Bass Guitar, the…

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Voice Lessons

  The human voice is the only instrument which is found exclusively in the human body – in the mouth, vocal cords, lungs and diaphragm. It is also probably the oldest instrument, with the possible exception of drums. Singing is…

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Piano Lessons

  The Piano is probably the most popular and important instrument in America, if not the world. Piano lessons are so popular because of the Piano’s rich history and influence on the world of music. Everyone remembers taking Piano lessons…

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Music Lessons

Music Lessons are an important part of a developing child’s complete education. The earliest American school for music lessons was founded in 1717 to help children learn to sing hymns in church well. Music Lessons were first introduced into the…

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