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Necessity of music education in the modern day

Music and its instruments have shown considerable improvements over years. It is a fact that in the traditional times music had very less provisions although in spite of that, maestros have successfully planted music on earth as a permanent aspect. 211 more words

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How To Play Basic I-IV-V Rock or Blues Pattern in Any Key

Quick lesson to get you up and playing the I-IV-V Rock and/or Blues progression in any key, without the need to know music theory. We tune-up, I give an example of the progression, then show how to figure them out on your own, using the low-E string and power chords. 179 more words

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Bossy R Phonics Song - The Farmer Has a Barn!

This song is more than a nod to Pink’s song “Try”, a great way to introduce and practice the bossy r sound /ar/. Hope you enjoy the video. Thanks for checking it out.

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Singing Lessons for the Learners to be Perfectionists

Singing brings a heart out. Be it happiness or sorrow, fear or grin, a song can build the ambiance perfectly and through singing a singer can reveal his or her mood and bake a perfect cake with emotions. 225 more words

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Music Programs Perfect Way to Learn Music

Music is often regarded as the heart and soul for the music lovers round the globe. It is the coaching of a successful musical teacher that one can attain a successful Music Programs as a whole. 209 more words

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Hozier sings 'Take Me to Church', or '...to Bed', for that matter

A couple of weeks ago, a student of mine asked if we could work on a song in class. With no hesitation, I exclaimed, ‘Of course! 450 more words

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The Kodály Method

The Kodály Method
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The Kodály Method, also referred to as the Kodály Concept, is an approach to music education developed in Hungary during the mid-twentieth century by Zoltán Kodály. 22 more words

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