Running music–What is that? Find out on the next podcast over at CMajor Before The Show. In the meantime, read some Shakespeare quotes on topics of ‘running’. This week’s episode is going to be fun. See you all again soon. Have a great week! -C. Bid me run, and I will strive with things impossible. […]Read More Running Music
Happy Sunday!–This week’s fun music exercise is all about finding wit and humor (humor) in music making. We’re listing the Beethoven sonata we talked about. And, as a bonus exercise we are listing a piece by Prokofiev. Music making can be fun. I have a special shout out to my students who are having fun […]Read More Wit & Humour
As we approach the new year, I invite you to continue to find some fun and funny moments to share in your music making. We intend to do just that in 2020!–Life is too short to be stressed out over making mistakes at the piano and worrying about playing everything perfectly all the time. And, […]Read More Songs & Verses
Have you ever noticed how many CMajor Chords there are in a song that’s written in the key of F Major? What about other keys other than C, such as G or D? This past week, I had some fun with one of my students who wanted to transpose a Christmas tune to a “better […]Read More CMAJOR CHORD CHANGES
This week’s homework is all about three chords. We’re encouraging you to explore Christmas songs on your own that use up to three chords. Which three chords will you use for the following songs? The choice is yours. Have fun! Here We Come A – Wassailing Go, Tell It on the Mountain The Friendly Beasts […]Read More Three Chords!