Hello music friends!–I hope you’ve had a nice week. I’m so over wearing masks everyday…but as one of my student’s families recently reminded me, we should be grateful for good health. I had to think about what to write today, because so many good things happened musically this week. Which happens first? This question came […]
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We have a special homework treat for you this week. As a follow up to our recorded lesson with professional trumpeter, Jessica Gibson, we are listing the chords that we went over during the podcast episode. See the chords from the first four measures of Chopin Prelude in E minor, Op. 28, No. 4 below: […]
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On The CMajor Radio Show today, CMajor spoke about homework for parents including Music Theory Basics. Not to worry–It’s ‘easy, peasy, lemon squeezy’ as some of my young students would say. Please see the homework assignment below: Study Music Basics, i.e. learn about the Grand Staff, Musical Dynamics and Note Values. Google Search “Must Know […]
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You can connect with other resources online to keep music making fun and interesting. Here’s how: Go to Liberty Park Music Come back to CMajor’s Classroom once you’re done there at CMajor’s Classroom Keep Google searching videos and podcasts online that can help you with your music making. If you need some suggestions on where to look, please […]
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