Printable Music Theory Books Level Three Released!

Its finally here! After months of editing, checking and revising, level three of our Printable Music Theory Books series is now available. This level is more comprehensive and more more detailed than we ever imagined it would be. The workbook weighs in at 88 pages of jam packed content for teaching music theory. There are

2010-12-13T01:31:06+00:00By |6 Comments

Music Resources for Piano Teachers Special Offer

We were recently asked to help out with some materials for a US conference, which got us thinking about a special offer specifically for piano studio teachers. We've bunched up a few "must have" items for piano teachers and have given a substantial saving when they are purchased together. Here's what you'll get in the

2010-07-20T08:13:25+00:00By |2 Comments

History Of Rock Teaching Resources: Elvis Presley

Here are a few interesting you tube videos and teaching ideas about Elvis Presley that may be useful to you in teaching about the History of Rock and Roll. Hound Dog On the Ed Sullivan Show "Appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show Sept. 9, 1956, Elvis sent shock waves through a repressed nation with his

2010-06-21T10:31:54+00:00By |0 Comments

Rock and Roll History: Rock Around The Clock

Marking some of the earliest footage of Rock and Roll music, this Bill Haley classic called "Rock around the Clock" brought teenagers to their feet as they couldn't help but dance as they heard it, much to their parents disapproval. This is a perfect discussion piece for a music class and below are some questions

2010-06-18T01:06:53+00:00By |1 Comment

Gustavo Dudamel's Music Advocacy Mission

It seems like classical music is finally getting the support it deserves in at least small area of LA, USA. This was the topic of a recent 60 minutes interview with Gustavo Dudamel, the youngest conductor ever for the Philharmonic Orchestra and the youngest major conductor in the world. Just think for a moment: How

2010-05-18T01:42:43+00:00By |1 Comment

Music Primary Singing Resources

Recently, one of our Fun Music Company members, Joanna sent us an email about a website that looks very useful to primary or junior school teachers. The website is called "Sing Up" and offers loads of free instructional videos, lesson plans, power points and recordings of fun, relevant music for children ages 5-11. Here's  Joanna's

2010-04-21T06:05:08+00:00By |11 Comments
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