Whether you're in a rock band, you're a classically trained singer or you perform music that lies somewhere in the middle, it's an exciting process to hit the recording studio for the first time. When you haven't previously found yourself in this environment, it's important to avoid feeling overwhelmed by the importance of the occasion and simply allow yourself to perform as you have countless times. It's also necessary to obey the often-unwritten rules of the recording studio.
Irish folk music has a long tradition of addressing historical events such as the Famine, as well as political issues such as the countries longstanding conflict with England over home rule. Here are 3 of the best Irish folk songs that are about Ireland's conflict with England. The Foggy Few This song was written in response to the Easter 1916 rebellion. This was a armed political uprising by those who objected to English rule in Ireland.
If you're thinking of learning to play an instrument in a school group, for fun, or to play in a band, there are several considerations you'll need to think of before deciding on which instrument to buy. If there's one you've set your heart on, that's a good first choice, but you'll still want to consider practical aspects of the purchase such as mobility and budget before finalizing anything. Here are five points to figure out before taking any instruments home.
When I was diagnosed with a serious anxiety disorder, my therapist mentioned that music might be a great way to unwind for the day. She told me to pick some nice, soft, relaxing music and listen to it at night before I went to sleep. I was a little apprehensive to take her up on the advice, but after a few weeks I could tell that it was really working. I was able to calm down at the end of the day instead of letting my thoughts get the better of me. I have come a long way in my treatment, which is why I wanted to share my struggles with other people. Read here to learn how music might be able to help you.