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What Musical Games Do Students Enjoy Most?

​from the series: The Magic Triangle: Teacher/Student/Parent For this issue, we went directly to the students to ask - What musical games do you enjoy the most? I think you will find their answers interesting, surprising, educational, delightful, and humorous. I only wish that you could see all of the actual slips of paper with the various sty...
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The Magic Triangle: Teacher/Student/Parent

Why Do You Have an Ethics Policy for Your Studio? By Cathy Albergo Cathy Albergo, Associate Professor of Mu sic at William Rainey Harper Co ll ege, Chicago, Illinois , teache s piano p edagogy, class piano, piano performance, and ensemble . As D irec t or of the Harper Mu sic Academy , s he superv ises over 300 s tud en t s of all ages. Co-author o...
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The Magic Triangle: Teacher/Student/Parent

How Would You Describe a Good Piano Teacher? If you have ever moved from one city or state to another, you - , have gone through the careful process of finding a new doctor, dentist, aerobics teacher, dance teacher, etc. When you were searching for these new professionals to work with you and your family, you probably had an idea of exactly what ty...
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The Magic Triangle: Teacher/Student/Parent

How Would You Describe a Good Teacher? by Cathy Albergo If y ou have ever moved from one city or state to another, you have gone through the careful process of finding a new doctor, dentist, aerobics teacher, dance teacher, etc. When you were searching for these new professionals to work with you and your family, you probably had an idea of exactly...
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