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Beginner's Teething Troubles
Beginner's Teething Troubles
When you begin to learn an instrument, it can be frustrating, and there are problems you’ll face, physical and mental. This will help you through them....
Buying A Secondhand Instrument
Buying A Secondhand Instrument
Buying a secondhand instrument can be tricky. But these guidelines will help you purchase a good one....
Changing Teachers
Changing Teachers
Changing music tutors isn't easy, but is sometimes necessary as you become more advanced, or if the personalities don't match....
Cost of Music Lessons
Cost of Music Lessons
Private music lessons aren’t cheap, and can often demand financial sacrifices. But the rewards can outweigh the expense....
Group Lessons: Suzuki Method
Group Lessons: Suzuki Method
Group lessons can work sometimes. It's been an important part of the Suzuki teaching method for over half a century....
Helping Kids Learn and Behave Through Music
Helping Kids Learn and Behave Through Music
You may not have considered it, but having your children learn an instrument can improve their learning and behaviour in everything. Here’s how it works....
How To Choose A Music Teacher
How To Choose A Music Teacher
Finding a music teacher can be a difficult process. But these tips will help you find the right one for you....
Learning Other Musical Styles
Learning Other Musical Styles
After a while you might want to try other styles of music to broaden your horizons. This is how you can do it....
Making Progress
Making Progress
Sometimes it can seem hard to gauge your progress on an instrument. These ideas will help you see how far you've come....
Motivating Kids to Stick At It!
Motivating Kids to Stick At It!
Keeping your children motivated for music lessons and practice can be difficult, but these hints will help you....
Taking Up a New Instrument
Taking Up a New Instrument
If you already play an instrument, learning another can widen your scope and enjoyment of music....
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