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Latest Activity: Nov 4, 2015
Started by Christina Swedberg. Last reply by Christina Swedberg Feb 8, 2010.
This is a great idea!
I teach a lesson to kindergarteners that they really enjoy where I have them listen to the Catcerto without video and ask them what they thought of the pianist and what instruments they heard. Then I show them the video of the performance and we talk about how has a cat playing piano turned into music. They overall direction I push the conversation is that the cat does not know how to play piano but with good arranging the random piano keys hit can be made musical. You can also use this lesson to explain autotune and musical editing.
What are some of your favorite lessons to teach?
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