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Learn to Sight Read: Piano books - a multi-media 'triumph'!

Learn to Sight Read: Piano books - a multi-media 'triumph'!

News – 13/01/19

'E-MusicMaestro Learn to Sight Read: Piano ... high quality publications … a rich range of examples to truly help students thrive in their quest to become able sight readers. The multi-media approach is a triumph ... Highly recommended.' Karen Marshall pianodao.com/2018/10/10/learn-to-sight-read more

How to get on target for a music exam distinction: Part 2

How to get on target for a music exam distinction: Part 2

Learning – 25/11/18

The supporting tests in music exams (aural, scales, study, musical knowledge, improvisation) are given different weighting depending on which board you choose and the percentage you need to get a distinction varies too. Find out which board would suit you best and discover how to get distinction marks in these tests in your exam, whether it's with ABRSM, Trinity or LCM. more

How to get  on target for a music exam distinction: Part 1

How to get on target for a music exam distinction: Part 1

Learning – 25/10/18

Most music exam candidates do not get a distinction, although most do pass. Gaining a distinction is not a matter of luck and it's not to do with which examiner you have - it's about knowing how to get good marks. Here are some tips for getting distinction marks in the pieces or songs, whichever examining board you use - ABRSM, Trinity or LCM. Get on target soon! more

'Simple but brilliant' new piano publication!

'Simple but brilliant' new piano publication!

Teaching – 14/06/18

'... wonderful, original approach ... It is simple but brilliant and PUPILS WILL LOVE IT', says Fiona Lau in a review of E-MusicMaestro Learn to Sight Read: Piano Books Series Fiona Lau: Music Teacher, Rhinegold, January 2018. more

How to make your child's music teacher happy - 10 easy ways

How to make your child's music teacher happy - 10 easy ways

Parents – 26/05/18

The private music teacher/child/parent relationship is a complicated one, resting on mutual co-operation and collaboration. A good relationship depends on mutual respect - for the well-being of the child, for the teacher's professionalism, and for the whole array of demands on parents' time and resources, The better the relationship, the better the outcome of tuition. more

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