After spending some time this week updating the free piano lessons section of this site, I want to talk about it for a few minutes.
My first blog post on this site was just over ten years ago when I first started doing concerts. Since then, I have written close to 1200 posts and while I would not cry if a lot of them disappeared, some of them seem to have been helpful. I am always shocked when I stop to consider just how much I have written about music. It is a staggering amount of information and the only way I can explain how it is happened is that I have consistently done it over time just bit by bit.
My archive is simply an categorized list of 250 free instructional articles and videos (about eight hours total) I have produced over the decade. I hesitate to say what I am about to say because it sounds arrogant but I am not aware of anything remotely similar (and free) anywhere else on the internet. That is especially true in Christian music but I am not even aware of anything similar in secular music. I cover major topics like theory, reharmonization, arranging, writing, and performance but also more specialized topics like transposing, modulations, charting, etc.
I had not updated the archive in well over 2 years so I just caught it up this morning. Check it out if you have not been there in a while.
If you have been helped by the free resources over the years, can I ask you a favor? Past this email on to your musician friends or post something about it on social media. (You can post any page from the archives by using the “share” links at the top of the page.) Thanks in advance and have a great weekend.