The internet offers an abundance of resources for learning music along with any subject, but how good are videos that teach you how to play a musical instrument? It is an exploding area, whether one wants to play the piano, violin, guitar or virtually any other instrument.
To cite but one example, the 32 year-old Canadian pianist Andrew Furmanczyk has drawn 52 million views on his YouTube channel that provides instructional lessons on how to learn piano. Then there is Tasmanian-born, UK resident, Justin Sandercoe, about whom we have written before: his online guitar lessons have clocked up a phenomenal 157 million views. Full story.
Graham Strahle (Music Australia) / February 27, 2019
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