Never to late to be inspired to learn a musical instrument

Lyn Murphy-Lane an Actress from the 70's has in her older years decided that she would like to learn how to play the piano. Leonie Wobking a piano teacher registered with the Australian Guild of Music Education has enjoyed...

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Prepping for a Public Examination – By Dr Ern Knoop

The A.G.M.E. Examiner's role may be summarised as follows:-   To provide a fair mark. To encourage but not to give false hope. To provide a comprehensive report with guidelines for both the teacher and student. To be cheerful and...

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Taking time to reach the minds of music students in a modern age

The human benefit of music is about bringing people together for many activities and reasons; people build communities with music. 'With the 'Ipod Age' we are the first generation in history that have changed music from being about participation and...

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When, why and how long to Practice your instrument effectively. What tips can you share?

Some of the sites below have a view of what is required, what tips can you share? The best time of the day to practice. bulletproofmusician.com hubguitar.com How long should you practice every day? Why you really need to practice your instrument. How...

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