This is a perfect video for Sunbeams 3 and Moonbeams 3 illustrating chord inversions. Kudos to fellow MYC colleague Wendy Chan of Surrey, BC for sharing! Enjoy!
What will my four year old’s composition look like? How many measures is a Moonbeams 3 supposed to write? Do we need to add the left hand to my Sunbeams 2’s song? I need more staff paper! The answers to your burning questions and more are now provided. I have some wonderful resources on composing […]
Hi everyone, Winter continues to reign supreme! With the latest storm blowing in a week apart from the last (why does it always fall on music lesson days?) I thought I’d offer something for those who travel a little further to class: how about a virtual class? As you know, my trusty laptop is always […]
I have had a request to share some of this information in a post, so here it goes… The “Bare minimum” for lessons with me is a touch sensitive keyboard with at least 62 keys. A standard keyboard/piano is 88 keys. Touch sensitive means that you can press softly on a key to produce a […]
Okay folks, now you have your first assignment– a bonus one, yes, I know- but even if the page isn’t fully checked off come the first week of September, you really ought to get back to the bench (or book) and start practicing. Athletes don’t run the big race without warmups and test runs. I […]
Hello! I hope everyone is enjoying their summer. I have recently come across a “had to share” website of music games called Tonic Tutor. Click on “Play a Game” to get started. If I get enough feedback, I may subscribe to it so more students can enjoy. It allows me to set up specific games […]