Blue & Jazz

Learning an instrument after work

Learning an instrument after work can be a lot of fun, and it can be one of those hobbies that you will use in the future to entertain yourself and your friends. You can start learning music in a few different ways, and you will find out how much easier to get the results that you need. You should remember that this is going to be easier because we live in the digital age, and you can figure out how to do all these things without little to no help.…

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Dancing to Blues

Did you know you can dance the pain away? Foot pain can be reduced through dancing and increasing the circulation in a person’s feet. Dancing has long been a remedy to relieve pressure on toes, heels and over all Podiatric health. Often time’s people with chronic pain are left with few alternatives for relief. Before preparing to dance the night away to improve pain, it is important to consider the best footwear. Careful well fitting shoes according to Schrader (2011), are a priority for swelling, pain and proper Podiatric health.…

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Can playing a horn damage your teeth?

Anyone who has witnessed a performance by trumpeters like Dizzy Gillespie and Wynton Marsalis, a brass master like Phillip Smith of the New York Philharmonic, or a standout Tuba player in a Dixie band has to wonder about the dental health of these performers. Doesn’t extremely virtuosic have the potential to cause harm to teeth? The answer is both yes, and no. Extreme pressure from mouth-to-mouthpiece is used in playing a horn. As a horn player increases skill, their mouth embouchure also develops. This is a complex series of muscles…

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