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God Bless America

(Kids' Lesson) Join moderator the Incomparable Kendra and in-studio student Shadez (with a Z, so you know she's cool) as we watch Amazing Disney fireworks display to God Bless America music, feature our Points Palooza, and read mail from EvanB.

 

American National Anthem

(Kids' Lesson) Join moderator the Incomparable Kendra and in-studio student Neato Naomi as we watch a unlikely animal with an unsual talent, feature our World Record, and read mail from krowrox1800.

 

Battle Hymn Of The Republic

(Kids' Lesson) Join moderator Lizzie Tan and in-studio student Hannah Tan as we watch super cool cupboard, feature our Points Palooza: file in DB, and read mail from Wei.

 

Yankee Doodle

(Kids' Lesson) Join moderator Kendra Dantes and in-studio student Ephraim Jones as we watch Yankee Hands, feature our SFS Kids, and read mail from Sohie229.

 

Carolers 3

Angels We Have Heard On High

 

Carol Of The Bells

 

Hark The Herald

 

Silent Night

 

Pets

BINGO

 




Mary Had A Little Lamb

 




Three Blind Mice

 




Turkey In The Straw

 




How To Be The In-Studio Student

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How To Build and Maintain a YouTube Channel

Jamin and Kendra share their experience and answer your questions as best as they can about how to build a channel, choose equipment, and start getting views.

Free Piano Lesson: Jazz Licks

Jazz Idiom Practice List

These examples, concepts, and exercises are based on materials from pianist and educator Dr. Joe Gilman from Sacramento, California. More information at his website: JoeGilman.com

Idioms are just common phrases, or licks, that get thrown into a good solo. Like "dude" in California or "y'all" in the South, these are not complete phrases on their own, but parts of bigger phrases. Just like with language, the best way to add these fluidly to your playing is to over-use them and try them in all kinds of scenarios until you slowly eliminate the awkward uses and gradually sound more and more like a native speaker. Here is a list of idioms to master:

Jazz Idiom Piano Lesson: Bounce

"Bounce" idiom from the song "Jersey Bounce"

These examples, concepts, and exercises are based on materials from pianist and educator Dr. Joe Gilman. For a list of other short jazz idioms, click here.

Free Piano Lesson: 10 Essential Tricks and the Keyboardists' Role

10 Essential Tricks and the Keyboardists' Role

Guest Interview Zach Evans

Guest Interview

 

I had the privilege of being inspired by this week's fantastic guest! Enjoy below and send in your follow-up questions...

 

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