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Takelessons Invites Students to Sound Off On the Best Music of 2011 As the last month of 2011 flies by, TakeLessons invited students to sound off on their own picks for best songs of the year.

San Diego, CA (I-Newswire) December 10, 2011 - For most, the holiday excitement flies by and makes way for New Years Day in what may feel like the blink of an eye. So even though December Adele was just named Billboard's Artist of the Year - in fact, she made history as the first female singer to be named top artist, have the top album ("21), a And publications everywhere are making their own lists of the best albums, songs and music events of the year.

TakeLessons (http://takelessons.com), the nation's fastest growing music lessons provider, took the opportunity to ask blog readers about their own picks for the best songs of the year. In order to help get their critic hat on, the blo Time magazine's list of best songs. The following is an excerpt from the blog:

"1. Florence + the Machine, "No Light, No Light" In another context, this "No Light, No Light" could be the sound of a religious revival. Florence Welch's rich voice has never sounded better than o "Heaven help me, I need to make it right," she wails but gets no reply. Replete with harps and a tribal drum beat, "No Light, No Light" operates as a plea for salvation that will soon have you running to your deity of choice.

2. Adele, "Rolling in the Deep" Sometimes you hear a tune and you just know that it will last; that in twenty years you'll be scanning the radio dial, and the singer's opening wail w "Rolling in the Deep" has become pervasive, appearing on Glee, on The Voice - even John Legend covered it. It's the story of two people who "cou Adele's voice is in top form here, alternating between high and low notes smoothly and quickly, just as she switches between mournful and vengefu Anger and resentment never sounded this catchy."

By asking blog readers to sound off, TakeLessons hopes to continue engaging current students and help with any musical goals they may have. Rea TakeLessons blog, where readers can also learn helpful advice for aspiring musicians , and comments are also welcomed on Facebook (http://facebook.com/takelessons).

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About TakeLessons: Headquartered in San Diego, CA, TakeLessons is America's full-service music and voice lessons provider. With private lessons taught by TakeLessons Certified™ instruct Company Contact Information: TakeLessons Jon Crim 350 10th Avenue 6th Floor 92101 Phone: 877-231-8505 Published in: Art & Entertainment Tags: music  technology    music industry    music lessons     Published on: December 10, 2011 Original Source: Takelessons Invites Students to Sound Off On the Best Music of 2011

Takelessons Invites Students to Sound Off On the Best Music of 2011  
Takelessons Invites Students to Sound Off On the Best Music of 2011  

About TakeLessons: Headquartered in San Diego, CA, TakeLessons is America's full-service music and voice lessons provider. With private less...

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