Christopher Sutton, Author at EasyEarTraining.com

Christopher Sutton

Christopher Sutton is a life-long geek and musician. Through his education, work and hobbies, he's come to appreciate how much focused ear training can empower you in playing and enjoying music. Frustrated by tedious and ineffective ear training exercises he started Easy Ear Training in 2009 to create new ways to use technology to make developing your musical ear fun and easy. He has written about ear training here at EasyEarTraining.com since 2009 and contributed articles on the subject for Loving & Living Music, TheZOEN.com, EarTrainingandImprov.com, Making Music Magazine, The Music Arrangers Page, Vocal Blog, SightReadingMastery.com, GlobalGuitarNetwork.com and Total Guitar magazine.
 

By Christopher Sutton:

Every Voice Deserves to be Heard

Every Voice Deserves to be Heard

An acclaimed vocal performer with a three-and-a-half octave range, Dr. Daniel K. Robinson believes that “It is the birthright of every human being to sing.” His greatest passion has become helping others claim this birthright. Over the past two decades, while...
Where did Klezmer come from? (with Paul Green)

Where did Klezmer come from? (with Paul Green)

Klezmer: the very word oozes funkiness. Where did this mysterious genre of Jewish music—half ecstatic dance, half mournful cry—come from? We spoke with one of Klezmer’s foremost 21st-century proponents, Paul Green, about the origins and development of the klezmer...

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