Stephanie Su

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Started learning music when she was four years old, Stephanie is a music teacher and a music therapist who is highly proficient in Piano, Violin, Guitar, and Ukulele. She likes to learn, teach, and share her music playing experiences.

An Introduction to the G Sharp Minor

Minor keys are the shadows to major keys shinier, happier primary colors. They’re an essential component of expressing the full range of human emotions, and not just sadness either [1]. Think of minor keys, chords, and scales as the drop shadows that give dimension and depth to a composition. Like with literature, conflict is necessary […]

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Understanding the G Major Scale

G major is the most popular key for music streamed on Spotify [1]. This isn’t because composers are lazy – as it’s an easy scale to play – but because it works so well with other common chords, too. This article will help you to understand the fundamentals of the G major scale to help […]

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