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Music Ed Topics

by Robert Ward
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Music Education Topics

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Reading Music

Added 05/05/2011
This material covers teaching new music students how to read music including notes, key signatures, staves, and rhythms.

The Museum of Musical Instruments

Added 05/05/2011
This material discusses ancient instruments and teaches those how to understand how they came to be and how they died out or lived on.


Added 05/05/2011
This is a website that helps the user develop good ear training.

Snare drum rudiments

Added 05/05/2011
This material shows the user how to perform the basic rudiments for playing percussion.

Alexander Technique for Musicians

Added 05/05/2011
This material discusses how performing musicians can apply the Alexander Technique to improve their coordination and balance while performing.

The Encyclopedia of Traditional Celtic Music

Added 05/05/2011
This encyclopedia discusses how Traditional Celtic Music was used in history and society and how it is applied in modern music today.

America's Jazz Heritage

Added 05/05/2011
This material discusses the history and upbringings of Jazz music and how it influenced many cultures.

Music Ace

Added 05/05/2011
This material is specifically designed for the beginning music student and is an ideal complement to traditional teaching methods.

Java Music Theory

Added 05/05/2011
This material contains multiple quizzes for young and old musicians to polish their theory chops online.

The Tonal Centre

Added 05/10/2011
This website discusses what tonality is and how it is used in modern music. It also discusses chords, progressions, and other theory topics.
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