Vocal control is one of the basic skills required for excellent singing. Whether you want to win competitions or convert your natural talent into your livelihood, getting appropriate training is essential. You need great instructor like Helene Goldnadel who will teach you to use your voice efficiently from the beginning. Your singing teacher’s instructions need to be very explicit to enable you to keep learning on your own. The beginner lessons are designed to teach you about singing posture, vocal warm up exercises, correct breathing and basic techniques to help you get started. The singer trains vocal cords, diaphragm, abs, rib muscles, throat, tongue, etc. …


A comprehensive music education begins early, in childhood. A music education must consist of not only repertoire knowledge, but theory, composition, history, and people. Professor Zoltan Kodaly, a Hungarian composer and teacher in the early 1900s, found that young Hungarian children were unaware of how to read and write music fluently, and also unaware of their musical heritage (Chosky, 1999). To know Hungary now, one would not know that this was the case in the 1900s. Hungary lives and breathes music. Currently, Hungary has 800 adult choruses, and numerous professional orchestras (Chosky, 1999). Hungary is a country about the size of Indiana (Chosky, 1999), so music penetrates the country. Kodaly introduced a method, the Kodaly Method, which systematically teaches children, or beginning adults, music. The learning is based in folk music, of one’s country of origin, and uses the music to teach theory, composition, and history (Chosky, 1999). …


When enrolled in drum training classes, you will discover that it is easier to meet people with similar interests as you. This is true not only for meeting drummers, but for meeting musicians who handle different instruments as well. This shows how enrolling in one of the best music schools can help you expand your musical network enough to find the ideal bandmates.

When it comes to finding the perfect bandmates to jam with, there are usually factors that you have to consider. How well do you really get along? How is everyone’s attitude as a team? Will everyone stay together until the end? …


Great parenting is very important for our children to reach their maximum potential. Music as proven by the researches enhances brain development in improving memory and attention making music a viable companion in raising your kids.

Music makes kids smarter. In fact, there are many things we benefit from music training and education. For a start, there is a strong correlation that exists between musical training and certain other mental abilities. There have been surveys conducted showing that music brings about remarkable improvements in the academic skills of students, who are made to listen to certain kinds of music while studying or working in the lab. …


Below Helene Goldnadel debunks some of the most common myths about playing guitar.

Clearly, mastering an instrument comes easier to some than others. But anyone that is motivated can learn to play guitar. You might never be as great as a musical prodigy. We can’t be Clapton or Hendrix. But do you need to be? Everyone can learn to play guitar. Your level of proficiency will depend on the effort and time you want to put into it, your passion for it and your motivation.

It can take a lifetime to master one style. You might be able to master two styles if you take up two genres that have some crossover potential, such as blues and rock, but that is the exception. …


How is the Process of Creating Art or Poetry Really Benefiting Your Child?

The research has been in for some time. It has been determined that the kind of art education that can occur during art classes can lay the groundwork for future career or academic success. Creative children have a more well-rounded view of the world, they are not afraid to be expressive, and their self-esteem is strengthened through their artistic endeavours.

Valuable learning does not solely happen with the left brain — the side of the brain that steers us towards accuracy, and rational thinking. …


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“Music can sooth a wild beast” . . . or so has been said by the wise and the ancient. There is something about music that appeals to one and all. This can be because of the reason that sounds and ‘vibrations’ is one of most potent truths in the whole world and is something that lays an impact on all living and the seemingly inanimate objects. According to Helene Goldnadel a music teacher and a life coach, music touches all aspects of human lives. There can be music of joy, music for love, music for romance, music for sorrow; you name the mental state and there will be some kind of music that can define it. Since music is so close to human existence, there is a more or less, natural inclination in the part of all to learn music. It is believed and proven (to an extent) that the fetus inside the womb of a mother also responds to music. Soothing music played and listened to by the mother during the course of pregnancy can have favorable effects on the child to be born. Sometimes, its personality and inclination towards music is shaped while still in the womb. …


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Many parents put their children in music lessons when they show an interest in playing a particular type of instrument or even in developing their natural singing voice. What many parents don’t realize is there are many benefits to these lessons for children of all ages. It goes well beyond just appeasing a child’s interest and allowing them to do something fun in their free time.

Here are the great benefits discussed by Helene Goldnadel a music teacher children can gain from music lessons in childhood:

There have been many different studies that have found children involved with music during childhood have an easier time with schoolwork. They score higher marks on tests and often come out well ahead of their class in all subjects. Since there are many studies that have showed this correlation it can’t be a fluke. Musical children clearly benefit from changes in the brain that help them absorb information and remember things better and that helps them get through school with better grades. …


Teaching music must be so much fun and rewarding. With so many inspiring stories from different music teachers around the globe, most of us agree that teaching can certainly be one of the most noble and fulfilling professions one can possibly engage himself into. Whenever a professional is teaching music, he or she is believed to be experiencing the kind of contentment and joy only teaching can bring.

The following are some of the many advantages of teaching music discussed by Helene Goldnadel a music teacher and how this craft can be a very exciting and rewarding experience:

  • A music teacher gets the sweetest hug or a kiss on his or her cheek from the students — their simple ways of thanking their mentors, extending their appreciation and showing their sincerest gratitude. …

When you start learning to sing there are several things to avoid. These things can destroy your singing career forever. First of all you need to avoid alcohol because excess alcohol will damage your vocal cords for a long time. The only good news is that the effect of alcohol is reversible and this means that if you stopped drinking alcohol your voice will regain its original tone and overcome the bad effect that alcohol caused.

Another important thing that you need to quit is smoking. Cigarettes and cigars has a high content of tar which accumulates on your larynx causing it to produce muffled sound because it won’t be able to resonate properly with the presence of these amounts of tar. …

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