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Hi--I love your blog. I'm so glad you are creating a resources page. What a great idea! Alberti Publishing (a company I founded) has a classical music history book for kids. Its designed to be used in private piano lessons. I would love it if you added it to your resources page, as music history is something many music teachers find important.
Adam Bendorf |
October 20, 2009 at 07:01 AM
I love your blog. I also recommend this webblog for piano beginners:
They are working in the english version but the Spanish is very intuitive. I think this site could be a good complement for your readers. The sheets are graded by levels, very useful ;)
January 04, 2010 at 04:01 PM
I took a few piano lessons from my grandmother long, long time ago. It wasn't like my family could afford to give me piano lessons or even rent a piano for me so I had to give it up. It's probably a good thing because to this day, I still can't read a note of music!
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