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.

What Are Eighth Rest?

Imagine having a conversation with someone who never pauses to take a breath. The endless stream of words falling from their mouth would probably leave you confused and frankly, annoyed. The same principle applies to great pieces of music. Rests, or breaks in the sound, are essential to creating an excellent composition. Of course, not […]

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What to Know About the Whole Note

Playing a musical instrument is one of the best things you can do for your health. No matter if you are young or old, learning an instrument helps you relax, challenges your mind, and keeps your fingers and body limber [1]. Music is made up of notes. Learning the significance of each note before stringing […]

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Top 10 High Quality Free Music Archives

It goes without saying that everyone likes to kick it with some sweet beats, and thanks to technology, you can play music wherever you are, whenever you want to. The problem is that listening to some tunes can get to be pretty expensive. In most cases, you either have to pay for each individual song […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to the E Minor Scale

Maybe your grandparents have a piano. Maybe you saw The Pianist and wondered what it would be like to play the piano yourself [1]. Maybe you’re a singer-songwriter, and like every self-respecting singer-songwriter, you need those two key instruments in your arsenal. Either way, the piano is one of those timeless instruments with a strong […]

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