Are you ready? This is the last week of the practice challenge. Get those hats filled in for every time that you practice to win the challenge. You’ve still got a week left to add some extra practice time to your total.
Winners will be announced during the Christmas Holiday! Let’s get on that instrument or listen to lesson book CD’s. Let’s win!!
Imagine composing your own music and being able to see the written version. There are many software programs that will give you the tools to do just that! Forte Notation is one of those programs that are easy to use. And they are temporarily having a free Give Way of the basic App.
Usually FORTE Basic is $ 24, but until September 14 you can download it for FREE. No strings attached whatsoever. Download here– Forte Notation Software and start writing your own scores today!
Summer Vacation is over. I hope that everyone has fully enjoyed this special time of the year. And now – let the new school year begin!
Music lessons will start the third week of school – the week of September 12th. All students from last season have been given priority for registration until September 1st. Registration is now open to all.
You may start by going to REGISTRATION & INFORMATION REQUEST
It’s now time to register for the coming year!
What is better than having instant access to the music that you want to play? I love the accessibility of the digital download sites. You have instant downloads – and – you can load it on your tablet to use during lessons. This is great for sight reading exercises, but also when trying to find new repertoire for a student who just doesn’t know what they want to study! This is a link to one of the sites that I use. They have a lot of “freebie” things and you can earn points towards future purchases. It’s a win win music site!
Tonight’s concert was spectacular!! All students performed so very well. I am so proud to have helped to develop such great musical talent!
Have you ever wondered how the scales that we use in music were developed? These scale notes are used in our everyday music. They also define the chords that we use when harmonizing a melody.
I’ve found this following video and its’ accompanying videos to give a clear explanation and understanding of this scientific fact. Please watch these YouTube videos and enjoy!