Category: Band & Orchestra

Lindsey Stirling Interview

The Rhythmic Realm of Lindsey Stirling: An Exclusive Interview

The Unyielding Spirit of Lindsey Stirling In the realm of music and performance, few artists captivate audiences quite like Lindsey Stirling. From her electrifying violin performances to her intricate dance routines, Stirling is a symphony of talent, merging classical with contemporary in a blaze of dynamic showmanship. With multiple chart—topping albums, a fanbase that stretches […]

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music craftsmanship

Craftsmanship in Music: An Ode to the Makers of Instruments

Celebrating the Artisans Behind the Music In a world full of digital tunes, auto-tuned voices, and virtual instruments, there exists a number of artisans that remain unwaveringly true to tradition. These are the craftspeople who pour their soul into making musical instruments—the very backbone of the symphonies, melodies, and harmonies we cherish. When we listen […]

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Brass Instruments

Exploring Brass Instruments: Trumpets, Trombone, and French Horn 

There’s a power and grandeur to brass instruments that is undeniable. From the soaring fanfares of the trumpet to the mellow tones of the French horn, brass instruments have enchanted audiences for centuries. In this exploration, we dive deep into the realm of trumpets, trombones, and French horns, revealing the magic behind their sound and […]

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Beginner Friendly Instruments

Beginner Instruments: Brands and Models You Can Trust

As a musician, choosing the right beginner instrument is crucial for a smooth and enjoyable learning experience. To help you get started, we have compiled a list of top beginner-friendly musical instruments along with specific brands and models that are highly regarded in the industry. Whether you aspire to play the guitar, piano, violin, or […]

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Beginner Method Books

Method Books: Exploring an Essential Key to Musical Progress

When learning a musical instrument, having a reliable and effective learning resource is essential. This is where method books come into play. Method books are structured guides designed to facilitate the learning process, providing a step-by-step approach. They offer a comprehensive framework that covers technique, music theory, sight-reading, and overall musical development. By following a […]

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Patriotic Music

Celebrating Independence Day: The Stirring Sounds of Patriotic Music

As the Fourth of July approaches, there is a sense of excitement and anticipation in the air. It’s a day when Americans come together to celebrate their independence, reflect on the country’s history, and honor the brave individuals who fought for freedom. Among the various elements that make this day truly special, one aspect stands […]

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7 Products to Amplify Your Summer Sound

7 Must-Have Products to Amplify Your Summer Sound!

Picture yourself strumming a ukulele by the beach, its cheerful tones resonating with the crashing waves and the laughter of friends. Imagine the flickering flames of a campfire, accompanied by the soulful melodies of a portable acoustic guitar, creating an ambiance that sparks both connection and inspiration. Envision the enchanting sounds of a saxophone floating […]

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Anniversary Saxophones

20th Anniversary Saxophones by P. Mauriat

Celebrating 20 Years of Excellence P. Mauriat is known for producing some of the finest saxophones on the market, and the P. Mauriat 20th Anniversary custom edition Alto and Tenor Saxophones are a testament to their commitment to excellence. These beautifully crafted saxophones celebrate P. Mauriat’s 20 years of producing exceptional instruments that are beloved by musicians around […]

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History of the Trumpet

The trumpet is an important instrument in all forms of music – notably in jazz, with musicians like Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, and Louis Armstrong solidifying its place in jazz music. Before it’s use as a musical instrument, however, the trumpet started as a communication tool. Ancient History Many ancient texts reference the horn, a […]

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Celebrating Jazz: How the Saxophone Became a Jazz Staple

Credit: Jeremiah True, St. Louis Music, P. Mauriat Brand Manager Jazz is widely considered by many to be the most diverse form of music on planet earth. From 19th century “Delta Style” blues to Traditional New Orleans “riverboat jazz,” from Coltrane to Kenny G, solo piano to modern jazz orchestra, Chick Corea’s Elektric Band to […]

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