Learning Music Effectively is About Your Mindset

The Learning Music Category covers general philosophy on learning music and teaching skills. It’s about the ideas and of how to learn and techniques you can implement.

Interview of Donna Cercone on teaching and learning music. Why music theory is so important.

Sharing Music Knowledge is Not Enough I struggle with the teachers philosophy that we can exchange a few words and knowledge to the student and expect results. It seems to me, a muddling through of the study and practice time is more the case than the exception. We work with them and try to stir […]

Does this technique of ownership get you to the expected outcome? Are you relying on your teacher to much to help you achieve your goals? Do you let them produce an outcome or are you taking the lead and determining your own outcomes? Today I submit to you that the final outcomes of our learning […]

Studying music without and instrument is possible and suggested. Just because you don’t have an instrument in front of you doesn’t mean you can’t study, there are a number of things you can do.

Insights into gaining music knowledge and impressions of students that learn music need consideration in teaching and learning. Understanding effort and knowledge may be a better key to overcoming these impressions.

Music practice hurdle, is it hard to spend all that time practicing. Yes, it can be a burden when what you’d rather be doing is playing with the neighbor or getting out on the golf course. Scheduling and planning can make a difference.

The statement that learning piano is hard comes up a lot. Actually you hear this from time to time about every instrument. But why are these students actually making such statements? Let’s speculate about the issues that may be contributing to learning a musical instrument of any type. First and foremost in my mind is […]

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