I've decided to start a new list of resources which can help teachers who are approaching pop music in their lessons. This list will automatically update as new posts about pop are posted. Enjoy!
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Teaching Pop Resources
Here are other resources you might like to check out:
Piano Lead Sheet I'm a big fan of making sure our students are comfortable playing lead sheets and chord charts.[...]
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Pop Piano Teaching If you've followed my work for a length of time, you'd know pop piano teaching is a[...]
Do you have trouble motivating teens in your piano studio? I think we've all found this difficult from time-to-time. My[...]
How to Choose the Right Pop Song and Teaching Method So you want to teach pop music. Great! But how[...]
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Playing simple 4 chord progressions can open up so many possibilities for students. It can lead them to a better[...]
GarageBand Course What do you get when you cross a drum machine with an orchestra and a recording studio? Yup,[...]
Jon Schmidt is none other than the "piano guy" from The Piano Guys. He is a pianist, composer, piano teacher, and author,[...]
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