Guide to Better Musical Craftsmanship
 

    

"Without craftsmanship, inspiration is a mere reed shaken in the wind." Johannes Brahms

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Business is Business

Business is Business

Miracles can happen. If you want to go to heaven you better start acting like an angel because only angels live in heaven. The sound of silence won't wait.

Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade

You always wanted to be a singer, play guitar, or learn piano. That's why we're here. You're going to need some help mastering the tools of your trade.

A Language All Our Own

A Language All Our Own

What's the difference? A note is seen. A tone is heard. The performer reads the note then sings or plays the tone. Learning to read music has never been so easy.

Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

"Testing testing, one two. Lights, camera, action!" On stage or on the road, you too can be a part of it all. We might even let you drive the truck.

Going Live

Going Live

That's right boys and girls, you too can be a real live disc jockey just like me. Contract musicians are standing by. Calling all armchair warriors.

Words Come Cheap

Words Come Cheap

Straining your brain for lyrics makes no sense. The best things happen naturally. Seek a higher power. There is a winning formula to everything.

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THE TEAM

MUSICAL MOTIVATION

Music has been a common source of inspiration, motivation, and encouragement for as long as anyone can remember, carrying with it a vast array of purpose and intention. As evident in the video above, music is very often used to paint pictures with sounds. We use music all of our lives for most any event or emotion; yes, even feelings are put to sound through music. What will your music accomplish? Will it make youngsters dance or offer hope to the broken spirit? What you intend to do with your music should be one of the first things to give serious consideration if you are serious about your music. Something this powerful must be planned.

The primary goal of musicalhelp.org is to inspire you to give your music a useful and meaningful purpose. If you have intention of becoming successful at producing songs and compositions, you must give them a direction. We're out to instill in you the creation of something truly worthwhile. Our site author, RDBuras has a saying: "Make something that loves. Make something that lasts. Make something that heals. Make something that helps."

Musicalhelp.org is here to help. We want to be your guide to better musical craftsmanship and are doing so with the knowledge, insights, instructions, and guidance of the professionals. We asked around to bring you their experience and advice. Inside, you'll find informative articles, music and instruction videos, and tips from the top personnel in the various musical trades. You can't do it alone. That's where we step in. You too can be of help >>
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Recitative

The musically spoken dialogue or Recitative is a type of vocal music representing conversation. Like opera, the actors sing their parts yet differ from opera in that the actors in recitatives speak in a musical manner of tones; each syllable […]

Operetta

The Operetta is a newcomer of musical forms born in mid 1850s France. Like it’s predecessor opera, the operetta was immediately popular as a light form of comic opera with singing actors and dance. The first great operetta, ‘Orpheus in […]

Opera

In simple terms, Opera is a musical theatrical drama in which the actors are singers. The majority of acting parts will be sung as opposed to spoken as in a play. Opera has been famously loved for centuries for its […]

Rhapsody

In musical reference, Rhapsody is a single movement instrumental, irregular in form and of a free flowing nature, thereby suggestive of improvisation. The musical term rhapsody was used in ancient Greece as a description of significant poetic narration. The rhapsody […]