When it comes to music lessons, you want to cram in as much learning as possible. Thinking about fitting in a music game is just out of the question. But after reading these seven reasons, you'll be re-planning your lessons to fit in one or two...
When you have a brand new beginner piano student, what do you do? Do you crack open a method book and start working through the book from the very first lesson? Or do you encourage your students to be creative? Inspire them to explore the piano and make music. A fantastic way to do just ... How to Teach Creatively Using a Piano Method Book
firstname.lastname@example.org Introducing No Book Beginners Framework How to teach Piano Lessons for Beginners FREE | With TopMusicPro Membership - OR - Prefer to Buy the Stand Alone Course? Add to Cart - $149 Do you want your beginner students to be 100% engaged and having FUN with music from the very first lesson? Introducing the ... No Book Beginners Course
An expert guest post from Musical U’s Andrew Bishko looking at reading music. Reading Music How did you learn to talk? What, no book?! Yet all too often, music education starts with reading music rather than playing music. And speaking of reading, how did you learn to read? Simply by looking at letters on a page? ... A Holistic Approach to Reading Music
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