Introduce Your Students to the Fun & Power of a Chord-Based Approach
HELP STUDENTS LEARN AND UNDERSTAND THE CHORDAL STRUCTURE OF MUSIC
AND TEACH CHORD PROGRESSIONS AND CHORD TYPES THROUGH
THE CONTEXT OF COMPOSING POP STYLE 4 CHORD PROGRESSIONS.
4 Chord Composing Course
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Chords and pop are the lenses through which
we can most effectively teach today’s students
about musical building blocks.
A 10-LESSON COURSE ON HOW TO TAKE YOUR STUDENTS FROM
THE BASICS OF CHORDS RIGHT THROUGH TO WRITING THEIR
VERY OWN COMPLEX CHORD-BASED COMPOSITIONS.
Help students to play pop music using the chord progressions
Discover how easy it is to compose pop style chord progressions
Find out how to create new melodies
Understand how to add new and more advanced chord types
Learn from the expert – Tim Topham
World-renowned educator and specialist in integrated music teaching,
Tim Topham, has been teaching for over 20 years.
Teaching creatively has been the bread and butter of his own teaching studio,
and he is well-known for transforming non-practisers or almost-quitters into
motivated, engaged and hard-working music students.
Tim has created this fantastic course to share his extensive knowledge
on the subject with you.
By taking this course, you will learn everything you need to feel confident
and competent teaching students creatively without music.
Why you need this course
☑ Teach your students to be more fun and creative.
☑ Increase your students’ motivation.
☑ Deepen their understanding on chords that your students will love.
☑ Increase your own teaching skills and ideas.
☑ Give practice assignments that will ignite your students’ excitement to play piano at home.
THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED TO HELP YOU INTRODUCE
PLAYING JUST 4 CHORDS TO YOUR STUDENTS IN A STEP-BY-STEP WAY
AND INSPIRE THEM TO PLAY PIANO FREELY AND CREATIVELY.
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Here’s what you’ll get
Downloadable handouts that includes all the lessons
Tips and strategies when teaching 4 chord composing
Helpful advice from 4 Chord Composing creator, Tim Topham