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Glory St. Germain is the creator of Ultimate Music Theory, a Registered Music Teacher, sought-after clinician and a Neuro-Linguistic Practitioner (NLP). She is really passionate about taking the “blah” out of music theory teaching.
If you thinking that music theory has to be boring and dry – you need to listen to this show.
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In this episode, you’ll learn
- Why Glory became passionate about teaching music theory
- Whether digital notation means students don’t need to hand-write music anymore
- How writing music can make students better readers
- How becoming a Neuro-Linguistic Programming practitioner has helped Glory understand her students better
- Glory’s top 5 tips for making music theory engaging and fun
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How do you feel about music theory?
Did you enjoy it or dread it when you were learning piano? How do you think your students feel about it?