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Musicality Now

Musical U

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Musicality Now

Musicality Now

Musical U

25
Followers
19
Plays
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Ever wondered why some people seem to have a gift for music? Have you wished that you could play by ear, sing in tune, improvise and jam? You are in the right place.The Musicality Podcast is a mix of interviews and teaching, featuring some of the most inspiring and insightful musicians and music educators, talking about how to learn the core inner skills you need to feel like a "natural" in music and enjoy freedom, creativity and confidence. Topics include: Playing by ear, Singing in tune, Jamming with other musicians, Having a good sense of rhythm, Writing your own music, Writing notation, Improvising a solo, Talking intelligently about music, Understanding Music Theory, Clapping in time, Knowing your instrument inside and out, Tuning your instrument by ear, Reading notation, Sight-reading music, Playing from a lead sheet, Performing live, and Playing multiple instruments.The Musicality Podcast is brought to you by Musical U (musical-u.com), the leading provider of musicality training online. Learn more and get shownotes at musicalitypodcast.com.

Latest Episodes

Q&A: Sometimes I feel like I'm just guessing - is that wrong?

Have you ever felt like you were guessing the answers while working on ear training? Believe it or not, that may not be a bad thing! Find out why in this clip from the archive of live member Q&A calls at Musical U - stay tuned!

8 MIN4 d ago
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Q&A: Sometimes I feel like I'm just guessing - is that wrong?

Getting Out Of Your Own Way, with Dylan Hart

We’re joined by Dylan Hart, one of the top French Horn players in Hollywood today. He has played on many well-known soundtracks including Moana, Frozen, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Baywatch, The Good Place, and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. You’re about to hear Dylan’s unlikely journey to becoming a highly-successful session player, concert performer, and French horn teacher.

82 MIN2 w ago
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Getting Out Of Your Own Way, with Dylan Hart

Pathways: Oli Fuhrmann

We are excited to bring you another inspiring edition of Pathways. We’re speaking with Oli Fuhrmann, a swing dancer and swing dance teacher from Berlin, Germany. Oli started learning piano and trombone in the last three years to play the music he loves to dance to. He’s eager to try new things and happy to risk failure. You’ll hear how his attitude has really payed off for his music learning and the richness of his musical life.

80 MIN2 w ago
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Pathways: Oli Fuhrmann

What is musical “superlearning”?

Have you been feeling stuck on something challenging in music? A section of a piece, a specific technique, an overall plateau, or maybe practice goes fine but then everything falls apart in live performance. Have you felt like you just don’t have enough time for learning your instrument and learning new music? Maybe you feel like you’re putting in the time and effort but just don’t seem to be getting much payoff in terms of results.

41 MIN3 w ago
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What is musical “superlearning”?

Practice Q&A [5/5] How To Spend Practice Time And Prevent Overwhelm

Feeling overwhelmed by all the information about what to practice? This is the fifth and last in a special series of episodes on how to tackle the biggest sticking points in your music learning. We recently surveyed our audience to learn about their experiences with music practice. The results were astounding! Across several hundred responses, we found a handful of really common and painfully frustrating practice issues – including, “How can I know what to practice?”

12 MINAPR 25
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Practice Q&A [5/5] How To Spend Practice Time And Prevent Overwhelm

Practice Q&A [4/5] How To Stay Consistent - Without Discipline

Have you lost your motivation for practice? This is the fourth in a special series of episodes on how to tackle the biggest sticking points in your music learning. We recently surveyed our audience to learn about their experiences with music practice. The results were astounding! Across several hundred responses, we found a handful of really common and painfully frustrating practice issues – including, “I feel bad because I don’t practice enough”

7 MINAPR 23
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Practice Q&A [4/5] How To Stay Consistent - Without Discipline

Practice Q&A [3/5] How To Conquer Tricky Sections And Break Through Plateaus

Struggling to get that complex section up to tempo? This is the third in a special series of episodes on how to tackle the biggest sticking points in your music learning. We recently surveyed our audience to learn about their experiences with music practice. The results were astounding! Across several hundred responses, we found a handful of really common and painfully frustrating practice issues – including, “How do I break through plateaus?”

6 MINAPR 21
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Practice Q&A [3/5] How To Conquer Tricky Sections And Break Through Plateaus

Practice Q&A [2/5] How To Get Maximum Results In Minimum Time

Can you get results from only 10-15 minutes of practice? This is the second in a special series of episodes on how to tackle the biggest sticking points in your music learning. We recently surveyed our audience to learn about their experiences with music practice. The results were astounding! Across several hundred responses, we found a handful of really common and painfully frustrating practice issues – including, “How do I get the most results out of my practice time?”

7 MINAPR 19
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Practice Q&A [2/5] How To Get Maximum Results In Minimum Time

Practice Q&A [1/5] How To Find More Music Practice Time

Do you have enough time to practice your music? This is the first in a special series of episodes on how to tackle the biggest sticking points in your music learning. We recently surveyed our audience to learn about their experiences with music practice. The results were astounding! Across several hundred responses, we found a handful of really common and painfully frustrating practice issues – like, “How do I find time for music?”

7 MINAPR 18
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Practice Q&A [1/5] How To Find More Music Practice Time

Pathways: Joanne Cooper

We are delighted to bring you another inspiring edition of Pathways. In this special series of episodes you’ll hear the stories of music-learners just like you, reaching out and lending each other a hand on our musical journeys. We’re joined by Joanne Cooper, a longstanding member of Musical U, who has particular expertise in a piece of software called Band In A Box.

66 MINAPR 9
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Pathways: Joanne Cooper

Latest Episodes

Q&A: Sometimes I feel like I'm just guessing - is that wrong?

Have you ever felt like you were guessing the answers while working on ear training? Believe it or not, that may not be a bad thing! Find out why in this clip from the archive of live member Q&A calls at Musical U - stay tuned!

8 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Q&A: Sometimes I feel like I'm just guessing - is that wrong?

Getting Out Of Your Own Way, with Dylan Hart

We’re joined by Dylan Hart, one of the top French Horn players in Hollywood today. He has played on many well-known soundtracks including Moana, Frozen, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Baywatch, The Good Place, and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. You’re about to hear Dylan’s unlikely journey to becoming a highly-successful session player, concert performer, and French horn teacher.

82 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Getting Out Of Your Own Way, with Dylan Hart

Pathways: Oli Fuhrmann

We are excited to bring you another inspiring edition of Pathways. We’re speaking with Oli Fuhrmann, a swing dancer and swing dance teacher from Berlin, Germany. Oli started learning piano and trombone in the last three years to play the music he loves to dance to. He’s eager to try new things and happy to risk failure. You’ll hear how his attitude has really payed off for his music learning and the richness of his musical life.

80 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Pathways: Oli Fuhrmann

What is musical “superlearning”?

Have you been feeling stuck on something challenging in music? A section of a piece, a specific technique, an overall plateau, or maybe practice goes fine but then everything falls apart in live performance. Have you felt like you just don’t have enough time for learning your instrument and learning new music? Maybe you feel like you’re putting in the time and effort but just don’t seem to be getting much payoff in terms of results.

41 MIN3 w ago
Comments
What is musical “superlearning”?

Practice Q&A [5/5] How To Spend Practice Time And Prevent Overwhelm

Feeling overwhelmed by all the information about what to practice? This is the fifth and last in a special series of episodes on how to tackle the biggest sticking points in your music learning. We recently surveyed our audience to learn about their experiences with music practice. The results were astounding! Across several hundred responses, we found a handful of really common and painfully frustrating practice issues – including, “How can I know what to practice?”

12 MINAPR 25
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Practice Q&A [5/5] How To Spend Practice Time And Prevent Overwhelm

Practice Q&A [4/5] How To Stay Consistent - Without Discipline

Have you lost your motivation for practice? This is the fourth in a special series of episodes on how to tackle the biggest sticking points in your music learning. We recently surveyed our audience to learn about their experiences with music practice. The results were astounding! Across several hundred responses, we found a handful of really common and painfully frustrating practice issues – including, “I feel bad because I don’t practice enough”

7 MINAPR 23
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Practice Q&A [4/5] How To Stay Consistent - Without Discipline

Practice Q&A [3/5] How To Conquer Tricky Sections And Break Through Plateaus

Struggling to get that complex section up to tempo? This is the third in a special series of episodes on how to tackle the biggest sticking points in your music learning. We recently surveyed our audience to learn about their experiences with music practice. The results were astounding! Across several hundred responses, we found a handful of really common and painfully frustrating practice issues – including, “How do I break through plateaus?”

6 MINAPR 21
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Practice Q&A [3/5] How To Conquer Tricky Sections And Break Through Plateaus

Practice Q&A [2/5] How To Get Maximum Results In Minimum Time

Can you get results from only 10-15 minutes of practice? This is the second in a special series of episodes on how to tackle the biggest sticking points in your music learning. We recently surveyed our audience to learn about their experiences with music practice. The results were astounding! Across several hundred responses, we found a handful of really common and painfully frustrating practice issues – including, “How do I get the most results out of my practice time?”

7 MINAPR 19
Comments
Practice Q&A [2/5] How To Get Maximum Results In Minimum Time

Practice Q&A [1/5] How To Find More Music Practice Time

Do you have enough time to practice your music? This is the first in a special series of episodes on how to tackle the biggest sticking points in your music learning. We recently surveyed our audience to learn about their experiences with music practice. The results were astounding! Across several hundred responses, we found a handful of really common and painfully frustrating practice issues – like, “How do I find time for music?”

7 MINAPR 18
Comments
Practice Q&A [1/5] How To Find More Music Practice Time

Pathways: Joanne Cooper

We are delighted to bring you another inspiring edition of Pathways. In this special series of episodes you’ll hear the stories of music-learners just like you, reaching out and lending each other a hand on our musical journeys. We’re joined by Joanne Cooper, a longstanding member of Musical U, who has particular expertise in a piece of software called Band In A Box.

66 MINAPR 9
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Pathways: Joanne Cooper
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