Top 7 Hidden Benefits of Teaching Pop Piano Music in Your Studio
by Nicola Cantan
Teaching pop piano music to your piano students isn’t just about appeasing the kids. Pop isn’t simply the cookie that they get for doing their “proper” piano practice. At least, it shouldn’t be. Including some songs from the radio in your piano teaching curriculum can do so much more for you and your students than ... Top 7 Hidden Benefits of Teaching Pop Piano Music in Your Studio
Piano music for teens: Groovy Beats by Daniel McFarlane
by Tim Topham
Never content to sit back and relax, Daniel McFarlane, a prolific Australian-based composer of contemporary piano music for students, has recently released a collection of new books called Groovy Beats. As you know, I’ve been a fan of Daniel’s music for some time now and featured his music in a number of previous posts, ... Piano music for teens: Groovy Beats by Daniel McFarlane
Quick Navigation IntroductionGrade 4Grade 5Grade 6Conclusion & Where to buy IntroductionThis is the second in my 3-part blog series about the music in the new AMEB Series 17 publications released in November 2014. My first part, showing my favourite pieces for Grades P-3 is here. In this article, I'll be focussing on the music found in ... AMEB Series 17 Piano | Best pieces Grades 4-6
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