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Ligia Gonzalez-Vasquez (Saturday, 18 July 2015)
What educational and useful professional web site you offer to the general public and people who love music, and do not have formal education in it like me, thanks! Your information provided allowed
me to understand the several approaches of learning music throughout an active way. We are 100% convinced that enjoying and being exposed to music is a human right. We are seeking a professional
instructional classes of active music making, for our 6 yrs old son in Houston, TX. Could you help us with some referrals please?
singers (Thursday, 12 November 2015 02:07)
Excellent article. Very interesting to read. I really love to read such a nice article. Thanks! keep rocking.
Jennifer Davidson (Monday, 17 October 2016 13:38)
I'm a graduate student in music education, and would like to be referred to research proving that Dalcroze can make a lasting contribution in the music classroom to "the good life" for students. Does
it lead to practical knowledge that enhances life and make it worth living? How about lifelong learning? I would be grateful if you responded to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you so much.
Elizabeth Camozzi (Friday, 20 January 2017 21:26)
I cannot express how excited I am that this Alliance exists and has such a great website! I am thrilled to visit your session at the upcoming OAKE conference 2017 (http://www.oake.org). Music
educators need more opportunities to create and foster an inclusive community that engages all types of learners. Thank you, Judy and others, for sharing!
http://www.miraclepianist.com/rudolph-the-red-nosed-reindeer (Wednesday, 09 August 2017 03:27)
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