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Learning Strategies for Musical Success

Posted: 24 Jan 2014 20:29
by griffin63
'Learning Strategies for Musical Success' offers invaluable insight on the essentials of reaching musical excellence by embracing the correct perspective—and knowing the correct way to practice.

"A must buy for every music teacher and music student” –William Bruce, Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

"Music educators and parents of young music students alike will be grateful for Griffin’s valuable insights" - Kirkus Reviews


Suitable for classroom primary & secondary music teachers and studio music teachers, senior secondary and tertiary music students, parents supporting their child’s practice, and the school library.

“I can’t think of any other book that draws on so many resources to create a new understanding of learning music. Every serious music student, music teacher, and parent of a music student will find important information in this book. Griffin gives clear examples of how concepts are applied that make for enjoyable reading. This book has a potential for making lifelong differences in the lives of music students, parents and teachers.” - Roy E. Ernst, PhD, LLD Professor Emeritus, Eastman School of Music of The University of Rochester.

'Learning Strategies for Musical Success’ (estore)
‘Learning Strategies for Musical Success’ (Kindle)

I am presently releasing excerpts of ‘Learning Strategies for Musical Success’ on my blog (see below). I hope you find this, as well as my Twitter and Pinterest contributions useful in your choral education endeavours

Best wishes
Michael Griffin

Re: Learning Strategies for Musical Success

Posted: 03 Feb 2014 15:49
by vaarky
Tx for posting; passed it along to a music teacher I know.

Re: Learning Strategies for Musical Success

Posted: 05 Mar 2020 09:40
by CJoshua
Hi Michael,
I'm a music teacher in a high school (my first year being a music teacher actually). I'm trying to start a high school radio station from scratch - any tips and funding options? Is it possible to get audio to broadcast live on the website without a LPFM license?