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Recording your performances for feedback is now standard practice for lessons and assessments. Improve your recordings with these tips.
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Check out this list of resources, free lesson plans and more to help music educators as they continue remote and hybrid teaching.
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Try GRAMMY-nominated artist Sammy K's systematic approach to setting up jazz figures.
Help students break down the factors of sound production.
See how hornist Larry Williams balances his many roles -- performer, instructor, collaborator and administrator.
The success of McQueen High School's orchestra, which performs around the world, is thanks in large part to the director's vision.
Be a better percussionist by regulary working on your reading, rolls and listening skills.
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Learn, network and thrive at music education conventions.
Denis DiBlasio stays flexible as a teacher and jazz saxophist by flipping three reasons why people don't succeed as improvisers.