MelodicaShack.com is proud to announce that we have finally begun to create some awesome melodica tutorials for the community. Our first set of tutorials will focus on Christmas music, but we hope to start adding more and more as we go along. We’d love to provide all types of genres and skill levels, so let us know if you’re enjoying these melodica tutorials.
We’re looking for your feedback on what specific type of content you’d like to see more of and how we can improve as we go. We’d like to know what songs you’d like to see made into melodica tutorials. We’d also love to know what styles of music you’re playing with your melodicas. The melodica is a common instrument these days in all types of music from jazz and bossa nova to indie pop and chamber pop.
The melodica community is growing right along with the popularity of this exciting instrument! We’d love to be your source of excellent melodica tutorials.
We hope you’re as excited as we are about this one! Have a look at part one while Frank takes us through a great arrangement of Silent Night.
And, here is part two of the Silent Night for Melodica series. We hope you like the melodica tutorials so far. Part Two goes much deeper into the actual notes of the melody. So, you should get a lot out of this one. It might take a bit more practice and study, but it will be worth it.
Even though this is a standard Christmas tune, this is still an excellent melodica tutorial for any time of the year.
We hope you’re as excited as we are once again! Frank takes us through the finer details of Silent Night in this tutorial.
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Silent Night on melodica: Final thoughts
We truly hope you got a lot out of these two tutorials. We thought they were a lot of fun.
The sound of the melodica seems to go so well with Christmas tunes. It’s well worth putting a few of these in your tool bag for any occasion around the holidays. If you’re looking for a good book of Christmas tunes, we have a short article on good melodica music books.
Also, make sure you don’t miss Frank’s melodica tutorial for O Tannenbaum! It’s a great one too.