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Learning About Music Theory

Hello, my name is Hilda Pendleton. Welcome to my website about music theory. When I was a young girl, my parents required that I play a new instrument in music class each year. Over the years, I decided that I favored the brass instruments the best. I continued playing instruments on my own time using music theory to perfect my performances. On this site, I hope to share my knowledge of music theory with you all. I invite you to visit my site on a regular basis to learn all you can about music theory. Thank you for coming by.

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How Wedding Bands Help Celebrate Couples with a Deep Love of Music

The importance of music in a typical wedding ceremony cannot be overstated. And a couple that is hugely into music may find this entertainment even more important. These individuals should probably invest in a band over a DJ. Read on to learn a few reasons why.  Music Is Critical at a Wedding Music is an essential part of any wedding ceremony because it helps to bring a touch of heart and lightness into the proceedings. Read More 

3 Reasons Why It’s Important to Have Your Piano Tuned

If you own a piano, it is important for you to hire a professional to tune your piano when necessary. Ideally, you should have your piano tuned about twice a year. You may be able to get away with tuning your piano once a year; this depends on things like how often you play your piano. The frequency with which you have to have your piano tuned also depends on things like the temperature and humidity. Read More