Well, advanced music performance and theory are hard – but it is not at all difficult to get a solid start on your own with the basics. That’s where my book comes in. I wrote it for parents who have no musical experience, but desperately want to give their kids a chance at it before they spend a bundle of money on lessons. Who can benefit from this?
- Homeschool parents – we are a cash-strapped, frugal bunch. If we’re going to spend money on music lessons, the kids better appreciate it. We know how important it is, but the cost makes it a difficult budget item. This book puts the ability to teach a solid foundation for music in your hands! It’s full-sized pages and fantastic graphics help you see what needs to be done, and do it! This way, you can see that your kids are not only enjoying music, but are going to practice. So when you see this happen, you’ll feel really comfortable buying instruments and paying for lessons.
- Aspiring teachers – many teachers have to complete basic music classes for a credential in elementary school teaching, this will help you get a jump start on that. With clear explanations and easy to follow instructions, you’ll be able to give your students a world class music start with my successful program.
- Current teachers – I’ve been asked how I do it by teachers! This book gives all my methods and thinking so you can start a music program in your class. You know the studies, they show huge correlations to language, math and behavior. With a little music every week, imagine what a fantastic holiday program you could put on for the parents!
- Renaissance Faire goers – Anyone who would like to play a true renaissance instrument, can get a start with this book.
As you can see, this isn’t just for one kind of person, lots of people could benefit from it! If you love music, but never thought you’d ever be able to learn an instrument. Try this!
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