Join us in recording a tarantella to lighten the misery of the last few months

Improvise your own Tarantella

YouTube Playlist of our Tarantella Learning videos
This week we are releasing a lot of material to learn how to improvise on the Tarantella. Start from the rhythm, as a keyboard instrument, get to know the bass, learn about improvising on the bass or on the melody AND we include accompaniments for you to practice with
A video for beginners to start improvising on the Tarantella with just A, B and C is on the way. Subscribe to us on YouTube to get a notification about that :-).

We also made
an overview of the tarantellas we could find from the 17th and 18th century, with several in modern notation that you can't find anywhere else (for free). The following days some background and history videos are following too! :-D And it's worth it just for some cameos (aureos?) from our beloved Iason from Greece! 
The Tarantella was a way for people to deal with difficult situations. Join us in a worldwide Tarantella, by recording your own version! Either improvise one (with the help of our videos) or record one of the obscure and almost never recorded ones we found! #Corontella
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After nearly two months online, we have 4x more subscribers, 10x more views and a few patrons already. Thank you!

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Wilhelmus Improvisations

Would you like a different version of the Dutch national Anthem "Het Wilhelmus"? Or just want to get into some different styles of improvising?
We have you covered with NINE new videos! Let us know how you are getting along and if you have any questions! The videos are in Dutch but have English subtitles.

Click the picture above for the complete playlist.

And look, we made this too ... : - )
More: Improvising a prelude, with rhythm and our thoughts on Beatles meeting the Baroque in our Beatles playlist
A theatre game to practice different types of dialogue in any musical style. More in this playlist: How to ask a question in Music? How to do this ONLINE and even when you are beginner.
Our first video in a series celebrating improvisers from the past: Rolande Falcinelli.
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