Click to the newly updated PreTime to BigTime Piano Library--VIDEOS, song lists, and more!
Page 2 of 5 < 1 2 3 4 5 >
Topic Options
#14927 - 12/09/00 12:12 PM Re: Links to Music Sites
Jalapeņo Offline
Star Member

Registered: 11/04/00
Posts: 5712
Chase Music Studios - Piano Pedagogy Topics:
http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/chaseg/pedagogy.html

This is a great site for new piano teachers.

Top
#14928 - 12/10/00 10:47 AM Re: Links to Music Sites
Eric Offline
Star Member

Registered: 04/04/00
Posts: 2325
Loc: New York, NY
If you'd like to advertise on the internet, Musicstaff.com may be helpful. I've been on there for over a year and haven't got one call from it. But if nothing else, it's a way to see what other teachers in your area are up to.
http://www.musicstaff.com/

Top
#14929 - 12/10/00 03:53 PM Re: Links to Music Sites
Marcia Offline
Resident Member

Registered: 11/18/00
Posts: 354
Loc: Maple Grove, MN
Try this one:
www.fleap.com

See what you think and post your comments.

Thanks.

Top
#14930 - 12/10/00 05:13 PM Re: Links to Music Sites
Jalapeņo Offline
Star Member

Registered: 11/04/00
Posts: 5712
 Quote:
Originally posted by Eric Rockwell:
If you'd like to advertise on the internet, Musicstaff.com may be helpful. I've been on there for over a year and haven't got one call from it. But if nothing else, it's a way to see what other teachers in your area are up to.
http://www.musicstaff.com/


I've had the same bad luck (no calls or e-mail responses) from advertising on MusicStaff.com, but am hoping things will change for the better when more people become aware of the site.

Very few teachers in my area are advertising there at present, but at least I have a teeny glimpse of what other teachers are charging for lessons (nobody seems to want to share that info. with me for some reason).

Top
#14931 - 12/10/00 05:21 PM Re: Links to Music Sites
Jalapeņo Offline
Star Member

Registered: 11/04/00
Posts: 5712
 Quote:
Originally posted by Marcia:
Try this one:
www.fleap.com

See what you think and post your comments.

Thanks.


Interesting. I think I'll stick to the blue jello counting system, since the blue jello system has words to fit every rhythmic pattern & can be used in virtually any piece of music. The Fabers do the same thing in the PA method, except with different words. I don't think I want to spend my money on yet another system.

Top
#14932 - 12/11/00 08:30 AM Re: Links to Music Sites
Marie Offline
Resident Member

Registered: 07/23/00
Posts: 143
THanks Marcia for the link.
There's absolutely no way I could get the slap/tap/clap coordinated! I can just imagine my students staring at me as I try to demonstrate!
But I really liked the idea of "Talking Songs", using a preferred counting system. My students need opportunities to concentrate on rhythm without worry over notes. We always tap out our pieces before we play, but it may be more fun to have separate pieces. I really liked their original repertoire "Georges Codfish", etc. I may order just Volumes 1-3 instead of the entire system.

Top
#14933 - 12/14/00 09:09 AM Re: Links to Music Sites
Jalapeņo Offline
Star Member

Registered: 11/04/00
Posts: 5712
Carolina Classical Connection: http://classicalmus.hispeed.cpm/links.html

AAGH! I found this site today & typed in the correct URL, but when I click on it, I get a message saying that the page can't be displayed. I found the site by searching for music education resources at http://www.pedagonet.com.

[This message has been edited by Jalapeno (edited 14 December 2000).]

[This message has been edited by Jalapeno (edited 14 December 2000).]

[This message has been edited by Jalapeno (edited 14 December 2000).]

Top
#14934 - 12/14/00 09:56 AM Re: Links to Music Sites
Rhapsody Offline
Star Member

Registered: 11/19/00
Posts: 2329
Jalapeno,

There's a typo in the link name. Try http://classicalmus.hispeed.com/links.html It looks interesting. I'll check further when I have more time. You are full of helpful info. Thanks for sharing.

From rainy and hopefully not powerless California, Rhapsody
_________________________
There is no cure for boring.

Top
#14935 - 12/14/00 12:34 PM Re: Links to Music Sites
Jalapeņo Offline
Star Member

Registered: 11/04/00
Posts: 5712
 Quote:
Originally posted by Rhapsody:
Jalapeno,

There's a typo in the link name. Try http://classicalmus.hispeed.com/links.html It looks interesting. I'll check further when I have more time. You are full of helpful info. Thanks for sharing.

From rainy and hopefully not powerless California, Rhapsody


DUH--another senior moment for me this AM. I triple checked what I typed when I was editing the post, but I missed the typo anyway. Lord have mercy!



[This message has been edited by Jalapeno (edited 14 December 2000).]

Top
#14936 - 12/14/00 05:06 PM Re: Links to Music Sites
Jalapeņo Offline
Star Member

Registered: 11/04/00
Posts: 5712
Ya know what I don't like about the other piano ped. sites? I can't put in the faces and play around with the fonts!

[This message has been edited by Jalapeno (edited 14 December 2000).]

Top
Page 2 of 5 < 1 2 3 4 5 >


Moderator:  Archivist 
Search

Recent Posts
"Boring Lesson Book"
by Josephine
Yesterday at 08:35 PM
Reference Book on Classical Composers/History
by Josephine
Yesterday at 08:24 PM
Family Traveling for 3 Months
by Josephine
Yesterday at 08:03 PM
How picky should I be?
by EllaCat
Yesterday at 12:46 PM
Music Learning Community vs EarMaster vs Music Ace
by tinkerbell0023
10/19/14 09:08 PM
Students playing along with CDs
by tinkerbell0023
10/13/14 12:01 PM
Teaching Myself
by Jon
10/13/14 01:01 AM
connected pedal Adult Piano Adventures
by Jerold
10/11/14 12:28 AM
Pedaling Swing Low Sweet Chariot
by Jerold
10/11/14 12:09 AM
Complainers
by shannonspiano
10/10/14 08:05 PM
Top Posters (Last 30 Days)
5
Josephine
5
SharonAdelle
5
tinkerbell0023
4
shannonspiano
4
EllaCat
3
Jerold
3
Jon
2
A Time 4 Music
2
anon112559
2
Laura J.
Newest Members
Jerold, amyt0023, Jenny J. Nam, cbradshaw, amoo
2544 Registered Users
Forum Stats
2544 Members
46 Forums
5666 Topics
62532 Posts

Max Online: 273 @ 01/14/13 12:57 PM