Learn How to Harmonize Melodies with Piano Maestro

With the release of chord progressions and exercises in both Major and Minor Scales we spoke to Leila Viss, to learn more about how to harmonize melodies with Piano Maestro. Over to Leila Viss Piano Maestro regularly adds top hits to their enormous Library. Earning three gold stars on these favorite tunes is pure

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Irina Gorin and Her Tales of Success at the Piano

Exploring the library of Piano Maestro, you’ll find a growing collection of method and supplementary books that offer a wide range of styles and approaches to learning how to play the piano. The method books entitled Tales of a Musical Journey by Irina Gorin caught my eye because of the

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Parents of Piano Students: Consider the Wisdom of Churchill

Spoiler Alert for those who have not seen the movie, The Imitation Game! The Imitation Game tells the true story of Alan Turing who was hired by the British government to crack the codes of Germany's WWII Enigma machine used to communicate their warfare strategies. Turing's awkward social skills made fellow

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Team Up with Piano Maestro to Master Piano Scales

Although young musicians may believe scales to be a fishy way to spend time during a lesson, we as teachers know it’s important to hook them into a scale routine as early as possible. The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program and other esteemed assessment exams around the world include levels of

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How to Keep Track of App Assignments: Part Two

Part one of this series provided general idea on WHEN and HOW to design app assignments during lessons. To give you a clearer picture on WHAT to assign and how to track assignments, here’s a snapshot of how I recently integrated apps into my summer lessons. Missing gap waiting for

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