A Teachers Biggest Mistake In Music Lessons

A Big Mistake Music Teachers Make There’s a sense of happiness and joy when a music teacher turns to the next page in the lesson book and says “ok, you’re ready to start a new song”. However, if that action also means no longer playing or working on a student’s favorite piece, we’re in trouble.

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3 Reasons Music Lessons Succeed

Reasons Music Lessons Succeed Sometimes it’s hard to put your finger on what makes a “successful music lesson”. Is it the teacher, the student, the environment in which the lessons take place, or something else? As I ponder the question, I’m sure there can be many factors that contribute to a music lesson’s success. But

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Career Possibilities Opened Up Through Taking Music Lessons

Career Possibilities Opened Up Through Taking Music Lessons Learning to read, perform, compose or otherwise practice music has a vast multitude of benefits. In addition to cognitive, health, and social benefits for example, a future-minded student will be pleased to know that there are many exciting career possibilities being a student of music can lead

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Trying To Play Without Mistakes Is A Mistake

You Can’t Play This To Not Make A Mistake   The words above, “You Can’t Play This To Not Make A Mistake” were spoken by a director at a recent music festival to a group of high school band and orchestra students. I’m honestly not sure the students really understood, but as a conscious observer,

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