New Edition ‘Learning Strategies for Musical Success’

Learning Strategies for Musical Success coverFollowing the success of the first edition, the new and greatly improved second edition of ‘Learning Strategies for Musical Success’ is now available. Email mdgriffin63@gmail.com for your complimentary excerpt from Chapter One.

‘Learning Strategies for Musical Success’ demonstrates how the quantity and quality of practice is the greatest predictor of musical success, so that aspiring musicians of all ages and abilities can best bring about expert performance. This inspiring, accessible guide will equip students, teachers, and parents with the methods and mindset to improve the likelihood of learning music successfully.

Excellent reviews from a diverse range of music education groups.

Terrific…eminently practical…excellent discussion…I came away inspired and excited. (The Music Trust, Australia)
Deeply impressive! (Victoria Music Teachers Association)
A must buy for every music teacher and music student. Bravo! (Guildhall, UK)

A major new edit (4 years in the making)
An increased new word count of 40 %
An increase total word count of 21%
An increased citation list from 88 to 167 references.
New and current research

Enquiries mdgriffin63@gmail.com or go to Amazon.com.

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Public speaker, music education trainer, conductor and pianist. Author of 'Learning Strategies for Musical Success', 'Bumblebee: Rounds & Warm-ups for Choirs', and 'Modern Harmony Method'.

Posted in Chunking, metacognition, mindset, motivation, Music Education, Music psychology, Pianists, Practice, Repetition, slow practice

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