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Five Lessons from Surfing in Bali for Music Teachers

I’m presently in Bali for business and pleasure. I’ve taken up surfing, and the challenge and difficulty reminds me of the learning and teaching process for mastering music. I almost talked myself out of it. Am I getting a bit old for

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Posted in character, Chunking, mindset, motivation, Music Education, Music psychology, Nature, Physical education, Practice, Repetition, slow practice

Music and the body

My previous post introduced Music and Multiple Intelligence.   Movement as a nonverbal response has always been music’s natural partner. The best way to incorporate this is to dance. In addition to the enjoyment factor the wide-ranging benefits of physical

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Posted in Multiple Intelligence, Music Education, Physical education