Category: Sheet Music
Having specific summer piano lesson resources that can be used studio-wide, for every single student, regardless of level, makes planning so easy! Choosing a game such as the “Ledger Line Music Spelling Game” – a game that you might be too busy to play during the school year – gets students excited about summer piano lessons because it’s something fresh and fun (and beneficial).
A Deep Dive into Sonatina in F Major by Beethoven
When approaching any piece of intermediate historical repertoire, I always ask myself how can I help my students navigate the challenges of simply playing this piece in their first few weeks of practice. Sonatina in F Major by Beethoven is truly playable by a mid-intermediate student and can prepare a student for his easiest Sonatas, such as Op.49, No.2. Join me as I take a deep dive into this lovely and accessible Sonatina by Beethoven.
25 Favorite Hymns for Beginning Pianists (Bonus: Create Your Own Accompaniments)
I love the old hymns, discovering chord patterns, expanding my accompaniment styles, and therefore, teaching hymns for beginning pianists. In this post, I will share a peek inside Simple Hymns for Worship as well as give you ideas for creating your own accompaniment/teacher duet part (with a video tutorial!).