MADISON, WI — July 29, 2014 — More than a dozen military veterans will be honored with a trip to their respective war memorials, thanks to the help of Musicnotes customers who purchased patriotic sheet music between Memorial Day and Independence Day this year. The annual six-week Musicnotes Honor … Read more about Honor Flight Donation Drive a Soaring Success!
There are certain things we absolutely can count on each summer (we're especially thinking back to the days of marching band practice). Strange tan lines, endless bottles of water, copious amounts of sunscreen, and that one summer song that we absolutely love in May and have no way of escaping come … Read more about Songs of Summers Past, Do You Remember These 20 Hot-Weather Hits?
Dressing in a nun's habit while singing in Latin on national live television? All in a day's work for the supremely talented conductor, vocalist and writer Georgia Stitt! You may recognize Georgia from her role as a member of the nunnery in NBC's 'The Sound of Music Live!' or as a vocal coach on … Read more about Q&A with Lyricist, Composer, Musical Director and All-Around Broadway Pro, Georgia Stitt
Did you know that more than 4 million awesome musicians trust Musicnotes for their sheet music? And we're proud to offer over 260,000 digital arrangements covering nearly every genre and instrument. But none of it would be possible without our super team of talented musicians, programmers and … Read more about Facts, stats and interesting tidbits about the Musicnotes sheet music team!
Calling all serious songwriters! Musicnotes is excited to share this amazing opportunity launched by our friends at the Songwriters Hall of Fame and Universal Music Publishing Group, the first ever Songwriters Hall of Fame Song Competition! Conceived by the talent and brainpower behind both great … Read more about A Songwriting Competition by Songwriters, for Songwriters
Why do we practice? Sometimes it's fun to pick up or sit down to your instrument and just play around, but that's not really practicing. Practice, by definition, is a repeated performance or systematic exercise for the purpose of acquiring skill or proficiency. We as musicians are continuously … Read more about Maximize Your Time with These Practice Tips
Your palms start sweating, your muscles tense up, your heart beats so loud you think that, certainly, the whole audience can hear. Stage fright, also called performance anxiety, is a common ailment that affects many musicians, from beginners to professionals. If you're one of the millions who suffer … Read more about 10 Tips for Overcoming Stage Fright
Singing, dancing, acting... the trifecta of musical theatre talent. In fact, many Hollywood careers have been launched thanks, in part, to musical theatre backgrounds. We're all fairly well aware of the fine musical pedegree of some of Hollywood's elite: Hugh Jackman, Lea Michele, Julie Andrews … Read more about They Started on the Stage: Popular Artists Who Began in Musical Theatre
First things first, if you haven't yet watched the new YouTube video of Jarrod Radnich performing "Don't Stop Believin'," scroll down and watch it! Really, we promise, it's that cool. Heck, even if you have already seen it, watch it again ... we'll wait. Inspiring, right? We are so excited … Read more about Q&A with virtuosic pianist, performer and composer Jarrod Radnich!