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Facebook Series: Live with Brendan Bache

At Liberty Park Music, a global community of music lovers drawn together, we believe in presenting our international audiences the finest assortment of music from all over the world. In...

5 Must-Know Fretting Techniques For Beginner Guitarists

One of the most important things about playing guitar is knowing how to properly fret a note. Use the wrong technique and you’ll end up with sore hands, buzzing notes,...

The Ultimate Parental Guide for ABRSM Piano Practical Examination

Every child fears examinations. This fear is no different for your child when they are heading into an ABRSM piano practical exam, sweaty palms are definitely the first thing you...

Liberty Park Music Recommends – Top 5 Drum Apps To Tryout Today

WE ARE BUSY. There are work deadlines hanging over our heads, commitments with family and friends, and don’t forget that sleeping, eating, and exercising are pretty important. Sometimes it can...

What are Dominant and Diminished Seventh Chords?

Dominant and diminished seventh chords are common and important features of music. It’s hard to find a piece of music that doesn’t use either of these. In fact, they’re so...

Practicing as a Collaborative Pianist: An Interview with Dr Minjung Seo

At Liberty Park Music, we believe in bringing you music related perspectives from all over the world. In the coming weeks, we’re going to focus on practicing music and we’ll...

Baby Driver – When Your Music Syncs In With Your Work

Baby Driver is a masterpiece. For us at LPM, it’s what a modern day musical should be like. An audio delight for music nerds, genius director Edgar Wright managed to...

Book Review: Musicophilia by Oliver Sacks

"It really is a very odd business that all of us, to varying degrees, have music in our heads." ― Oliver Sacks, Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain  ...

Keeping Up With The Times – Learning Music Online

We’re always on the move, balancing different jobs and life priorities. Young, energetic and skilled, we’re quick to adopt new technologies, from Facebook to Uber. Eager to keep in touch...

4 Ways Music Can Help Boost Productivity at Work

Do your employees drag their feet to the office every Monday morning? Or perhaps they start day dreaming right after lunch hour every day? The feelings of sluggishness, inertia, as...