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  • How did we miss this one? Kayleigh Rogers

    Kayleigh attends Killard House School in Donaghadee Northern Ireland. Kayleigh has been diagnosed with ADHD and Autism. Her headteacher actually describes Kayleigh as a quiet child, which seems hard to believe when you watch this fabulous video.

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  • Women In Music

    How did you celebrate International Women’s Day? Did you have Independent Women by Destiny’s Child on a continuous loop? Or did you mix things up with Gloria Gaynor’s, “I Will Survive” followed by the Eurythmics, “Sisters Are Doin’It For Themselves? In honour of women everywhere, Learn Music Guide have decided to run an article celebrating the fabulously empowering women in the music industry! Let’s start with….

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  • How difficult can it be to choose a Harmonica?

    Buying a harmonica requires just as much thought as investing in a more expensive instrument. But where to start?

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  • Tips and Tricks To Take Your Trumpet Playing To The Next Level

    At Learn Music Guide we want to give our readers as much help as possible to learn their new instrument. We have offered tips and tricks on many instruments, but we have recently realised that we missed the trumpet! So as we don’t like to disappoint…check out our tips and trips to take your trumpet playing to the next level.

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  • 5 tips to help you become an Indie Musician

    We know that you have been working really hard with your online music lessons, but we also know that you are ready to take your music to the streets and enjoy some success. If you dream of playing a live gig in front of hundreds or thousands of people, then here are our top tips to help you on the way.

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  • It seems that mum really does know best!

    In this weeks WOW Music News, we prove that when it comes to music, mum really does know best. Meet Shukrananda Gant, aged 29 and currently working as a vocal coach in Oxfordshire. Shukrananda has always showed promise as a musician and singer. Indeed ten years ago she was offered a record contract. Yet upon reading the details, it seemed she was signing her life away and so she decided to help others realise their musical capabilities instead.

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  • Goodbye George

    Christmas Day 2016 took the wonderfully talented George Michael. Whilst the tabloids may be full of speculation on the circumstances of George Michael’s death, we decided to focus on the achievements of his life.

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  • Can A Musical Instrument Ever Be An Investment?

    In this article we are talking about investing in instruments in the literal sense. Is this really an option? For most of us, the amount spent on an instrument is usually restrained by a tight budget. We want to buy the best of breed instrument without breaking the bank. However did you know that some people buy a musical instrument with investment in mind? And these instruments can be fetching in excess of £600,000.

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  • Tips and Tricks On Becoming A Famous Singer

    If there was a simple formula which guaranteed fame and fortune to singers, many of us would have used it by now. However just because the music is a hard industry to crack, does not mean that you should not give it a go! Check out our tips and tricks for becoming a famous singer, no guarantees offered.

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  • Music and Memory

    There are currently an estimated 850,000 people suffering with dementia in the UK and the numbers are set to rise. At Learn Music Guide we have always championed the power of music and this short video is just another testimony to that.

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  • How to improve posture whilst playing violin

    Have you ever analysed the posture of a successful violinist. Their deportment has a certain confidence which makes the audience relax in the knowledge that the musician knows what they are doing. Carrying yourself with the same conviction, is perhaps easier said than done, but here are a few tips to get you started.

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  • LMG review of Clarinettrainer.com

    If you are learning to play Clarinet online, you will have realised by now, that compared to many instruments, information on the Clarinet is rather sparse. Read our review here to find out more.

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