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Are parents the unsung heroes of the music world?

Are parents the unsung heroes of the music world?

GregJohnson April 24, 2012 1

Proctor & Gamble’s latest Olympic themed ad is sweeping across the internet. Its heart-tugging narrative charts a dedicated group of mothers supporting their children from beginner to gold medal winning athelete. Check out the

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Musikmesse 2012: Sixth Edition of the Eta Cohen Violin Method launched in Frankfurt

Musikmesse 2012: Sixth Edition of the Eta Cohen Violin Method launched in Frankfurt

GregJohnson March 23, 2012 0

The newly revised sixth edition of the world-famous Eta Cohen Violin Method has been launched at Musikmesse 2012. Having been taught to and enjoyed by generations of violinists around the globe, each title within

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Musikmesse 2012: New Restart tutor book series launched for adults looking to return to playing an instrument

Musikmesse 2012: New Restart tutor book series launched for adults looking to return to playing an instrument

GregJohnson March 22, 2012 0

Wise Publications have launched a new series of instrument tutors aimed at people returning to play musical instruments as an adult: Restart. Comprising of four titles covering cello, clarinet, flute and piano, the Restart series

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US schools shown the history of blues music

US schools shown the history of blues music

GregJohnson February 14, 2012 0

Blues music emerged as a genre from African American musicians living in Southern Texas and the Deep South and today it forms part of the US’ rich history of music. A programme is being

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The parent’s guide to purchasing your child’s first instrument: the ukulele

The parent’s guide to purchasing your child’s first instrument: the ukulele

GregJohnson January 24, 2012 1

The ukulele now rivals the recorder as the school classroom’s musical instrument of choice. With its small size, perfect for little hands, kids can strum along to their favourite songs, tunes and melodies, taking

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