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Why Whole Music Learning? (Pt. 3)

Musical Thoughts In Part 2 of this blog I discussed context vs content. Now I’ll get into some of the differences between my approach and traditional music education. Whole Music Learning┬ávs┬átraditional music education For many years my experiences as a … Continue reading

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Why Whole Music Learning? (Pt. 2)

Musical Thoughts In Part 1, I discussed how for many years I was aware of all sorts of gaps in my understanding of music, but didn’t know how to remedy it. This changed almost overnight after I began to study … Continue reading

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Why Whole Music Learning? (Pt. 1)

Musical Thoughts Whole Music Learning is the name I’ve given to my version of music learning that uses a logical whole-part-whole sequence. Whole-part-whole simply means we learn a song as a whole first, break it down into the parts necessary … Continue reading

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