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Music is a Moral Law

Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything. 9 more words

Christine Holley

GarageBand for iPad- one of my favorite things

I did a tech project for one of my major classes and my topic was GarageBand for iPad.
I love my iPad mini. I use it for recording my practice sessions and I have used some iPad apps in my teaching experience, but GarageBand is by far the most convenient for me. 157 more words

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Ten Facts You Should Know About the (French) Horn

By Jacy Burroughs

1.  Why is it called the French horn? There is some confusion over the correct name of this instrument.   Most non-English speaking countries do not use the nationalistic adjective. 1,630 more words

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The Best, Easiest, And Cheapest Classroom Recording Setup Ever!

Have you ever felt like you just can’t quite determine what your ensemble needs to sound better? Maybe they just need a little extra help to sound awesome, but you can’t quite put a finger on it? 1,414 more words

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Music appreciation – who appreciates? A lesson from history. (And lots of questions!)

One of the side-effects of working so hard on National Curriculum assessment guidelines recently has been the re-emphasis in my thinking on musical learning. I spent a happy day recently getting cross in public at the… 1,877 more words

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Hello people of WordPress,

My name is Mikaela and I am a senior music education major- who will be student teaching in the fall. I hope to use this blog to document things I have encountered during my education and teaching processes. 14 more words

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Update on my Switch to Fixed Do

You can now listen or download my posts as podcasts. To do this, please visit Mr A Music Place: The Podcast.

Last month, I wrote about using fixed do solfege in my music classes ( 794 more words

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