Chuck demonstrates the quick and easy way to ensure your guitar stays in tune during the drastic weather changes with handy climate tuning guitar tip.
Guitar strings break, it happens, but this tip could help prolong your strings. It’s a simple guitar lubricant tip that uses a No. 2 pencil. That’s it.
Filomena Jack, 41, began playing cello in middle school as a way to get out of gym class, but it’s continued to be a big part of her life. “I’ve played in traditional chamber groups and orchestras,” she says.
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Though there are plenty of bloodline bands in the world, the Bunnell Strings are not only a family five-piece ensemble of double bass, cello, viola, and two violins, but the bonds that tie them together are much stronger than the average. Siblings—Keren, 25 years old; Kimberly, 23; Corrie, 22; Cara, 20, and Ross, 19—lost both of their parents, their father to skin cancer in 2007 and their mother of colon cancer three years later.
When it comes to holding an instrument, generally, many players complain that it becomes difficult, that their neck starts to hurt, that their shoulders start to hurt. But, actually, there’s a very easy way to approach it.
University of Minnesota undergraduate Daniel Crawford combined his studies in environmental science with his passion for music to create “Song of Our Warming Planet.” The piece reflects the earth’s surface temperature changes from 1880 to 2012, with the coldest year (1909) having the lowest note. Crawford was interning for Professor Scott St. George who first suggested he set climate change to music.