Tampa Student of the Month for October

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D'Angelo BellCongratulations to D’Angelo Bell, our Student of the Month for October.

D’Angelo is in the 7th grade and has been studying music with Jon Cocio for the past 4 years.  He has also received a Blue Ribbon in the Young Performers Awards in the Fall of 2013.  Jon says that D’Angelo shows a constant improvement from week to week and maintains good practice ...

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The key to finding the right keyboard or piano

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It’s not black and white.

People have made music with instruments for thousands of years, from simple flutes and harps to dulcimers and clavichords and by 1682 AD, the spinet, forerunner of the piano. Our selection of instruments in 2014 would have astounded our ancestors.
From the spinets and fortepianos of the 1700s came today’s grand and upright piano and eventually, digital keyboards, which many find more affordable and compact, and even portable.
Important keyboard features:
1. Number of keys: ...

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