Piano blog has released a special holiday post featuring the music from the classic comic, Peanuts. Readers will hear the music that inspired Hufferd during the Christmas season.
Online PR News – 22-December-2011 – – Quinton Hufferd of Blues Piano Revealed has released a special holiday post for his readers and pianists all over the world. Hufferd has been a long time fan of the Christmas album, “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” and the jazz trio that performed on it. Hufferd is a fan of Vince Guaraldi, the pianist and composer of the comic, Peanuts, music. Hufferd shares the songs that have been of most interest to him during the Christmas season with all of his readers. Hufferd’s post about Vince Guaraldi is located at http://bluespianorevealed.com/a-very-merry-christmas-with-vince-guaraldi/.
According to Hufferd, “One of my favorite things to do during the Christmas season is listen to jazz pianist and composer, Vince Guaraldi, on the album he recorded for the hit comic, Peanuts.”
“‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ is a well known holiday season all around the world,” Hufferd says, “And while you may already have it in your collection, I want to share some of my favorite songs from the album with you for Christmas.”
“These songs have been a great source of inspiration for me, not only during the holiday season, but all year around,” Hufferd says.
Readers can find this post and so much more now at http://bluespianorevealed.com/. Hufferd has provided several articles for piano players of all skill levels and ages. Readers can also read his last post about Billy Preston at www.onlineprnews.com/news/193205-1324454293-readers-discover-tribute-to-the-great-billy-preston-at-blues-piano-revealed.html/ target="_blank" class="highlight_link">http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/193205-1324454293-readers-discover-tribute-to-the-great-billy-preston-at-blues-piano-revealed.html/.
About Quinton Hufferd and Blues Piano Revealed
Quinton Hufferd is the creator and owner of Blues Piano Revealed, a service dedicated to providing excellent blues piano lessons at a comfortable pace. Readers can sign up for free blues piano lessons at http://bluespianorevealed.com/.