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in-home music lessons

Making In-Home Music Lessons Successful

Children tend to designate school as a place of study and their home as a place of play (with a sprinkling of homework and chores, of course). For this reason, kids don’t always associate learning with the home; they associate

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Musicians in a band improvising

Learning Chronicles: Practicing Solo vs. Ensemble

Learning to play any instrument is both a challenging and rewarding pursuit. As you venture down this path, you’ll find that practicing music is a highly necessary component of this journey. Independent study is critical for self-exploration, mastering technical aspects,

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Classical and pop singing

Learning Chronicles: Classical vs. Pop Singing

In comparing contemporary, pop artists like Taylor Swift and classical singers like Renee Fleming, it’s clear that the two have very different singing styles. While each person’s voice has its own unique tone and unmistakable sound, it would be unfair

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Guitar lesson with notepad

Learning Chronicles: Electric vs. Acoustic Guitar

Studying guitar and learning to play this beautiful instrument can be richly rewarding. Whether your preferences lean toward the sound of an acoustic guitar or electric guitar, there are some distinct characteristics of each. Let’s take a deep dive into

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Learning Chronicles In Music

With so many uniques paths to travel down in music, the possibilities are endless. That’s the beauty of art- there is no right or wrong answer, simply differences of opinion. Welcome to Learning Chronicles. So Much Music With So Few

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Teach Music For Smarter Kids

Want Smarter Kids? Teach Music, Not Coding, According to MIT. The latest neuroscience shows that learning a musical instrument increases brain power. CLICK HERE to learn more from Inc.com.

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reading music on ipad

Maintaining Progress After Missing a Lesson

So, you’ve missed a lesson this week. Lesson cancellations happen. Even when you miss a week with your teacher, it doesn’t have to be a moratorium on your progress. There are myriad ways that you can maintain and even continue

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Guitar and computer

Online Group Classes vs. Private Lessons

Group classes or private lessons? When learning any artistic craft, working one-on-one with a teacher holds a certain romanticism. Years of knowledge passed from teacher to student in a veritably never ending cycle. It’s kind of poetic, isn’t it?  Though

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