Inclusion: Part 1, Bringing music-making to everyone

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If there is one thing that music can do, it can bridge all divides. It does not recognize age or gender, race or social class. Music does not recognize disability. Music does not discriminate. It finds and nourishes the good in everyone, and every person has the ability to experience and make some kind of music. If we cannot find a way together, or...
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The prayers are always needed for the wicked soul. Otherwise they will remain around us all the time. In the professional disserta... Read More
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Inclusion: Part 3, The Celebrating the Spectrum Piano Festival at Michigan State

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The Celebrating the Spectrum Piano Festival at Michigan State University was a first-of-its-kind summer piano festival that first occurred from July 24-31, 2016. This festival immersed five pre-college piano students in a daily schedule meant to emulate a week in the life of a music major in a college setting. The event culminated with two concerts...
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Autism and Piano Study: A Basic Teaching Vocabulary, Part II - Inside the Lesson

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Scott what an informative session. Thank you so much for your hard work over the years and in putting this together. I've had seve... Read More
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I have only a 30 year old woman who has autism. Your directive teaching has been very helpful. I have now put this information... Read More
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Autism and Piano Study: A Basic Teaching Vocabulary

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Thank for this articles.
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Autism and Piano Study: A Basic Teaching Vocabulary is a beautiful post you shared. I love to listen Piano and love to learn how t... Read More
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