Earlier this week I was given kind words. Yesterday I was given these rare #dalcroze books some of his compositions some old rhythmics books. Precious to have in my library. #gratitude#embodiment of #archive
I will give you free training on my facebook page "Letts Music School" (www.facebook.com/aliceletts) to help you to: . * get clarity over how to approach teaching the piano to your young child;
* how to help your child (if they are already attending lessons with a local piano teacher) with their weekly piano practise;
* how to motivate your child to want to practise the piano;
* how to inspire your child and instil in them a desire to create music;
* how to give you the confidence to know how to best teach your child the piano at this early age;
* where to look to find the best resources available to help your child learn the piano and which tutor books to use;
* how to create your own teaching resources at home to help your child to learn music theory;
* where to look to find FREE and useful teaching resources that you can use at home;
* how to teach your child the foundations of music theory and the piano before they even begin piano lessons with a local piano teacher, ultimately saving you money in unnecessary piano lesson fees.
I look forward to chatting with you.
Con este pequeño resumen sobre la muestra de Navidad 2017 que vivieron nuestras familias, deseamos que el 2018 siga ofreciendo maravillosos encuentros donde poder compartir(nos) con amor a través de la música. 🎵❤️🤗 #suzukimethod#pianosuzuki#dalcroze
I’ve just been so impressed with the growth of my students I had to post. This year, We’ve really put an emphasis on pattern recognition and movement-based activities.
Here are my first graders after learning all the moves just seconds before I hit play! We are learning a dance that has A and B sections. Because the students don’t know the form of the piece their predicting, active listening, and steady-beat skills are all engaged. I can’t wait to see what this will look like in performance with ALL of them.
I’ve noticed that teaching children to see music in patterns and repetitions allows them to be better predictors, performers, readers (of notation), and movers and dancers. They are at the beginning stages of critically listening and creating music. #musiceducation#music#education#musicclass#dalcroze#movement#zumba#elementary#youth#children#teacher#musicteacher