Learning Music Theory Effectively

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Combining 4 Ways We Learn Music 16

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There are 4 ways we learn music, Donna Cercone discusses just how important is it to get them combined in learning music. The beauty of the Donna Cercone's Music Mastery Program is in the multiple senses approach that she uses in teaching. We discuss much about teaching methods in our straight music theory course which draws part of it's approach from this very discussion. Learn more about why combining 4 ways we learn music approach is so...

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Cercone MEGA Learning System 15

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Mega Learning, Donna Cercone talks about her published course on learning and the years it took to produce. This one of the first comprehensive and practical books on teaching and learning systems. It forms the basis of the the Cercone Music Mastery Course for beginning piano students, a home study workbook and dvd series of 30 music lessons and learning five songs in under a week. You can also learn more about my thoughts at: Best Beginners Piano Course. I also have a personal copy of the...

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Music Learning Process to Get to Performance

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Music Learning Process to Get to Performance

The Music Learning Process is explained in a 3 or 4 step process. In a simple 3 step, that process is learn it, work it, own it, which is reviewed in the music learning methods summary. In a 4 step process there is an ability to further subdivide the own it concept. A New Music Learning Process? I just attended my daughter’s concert where she is so privileged to study with my original mentor and teacher.  The music study still progresses along the same steps for music theory as outlined in our...

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Which Music Theory Method?

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Which Music Theory Method?

“Which or who’s music theory method should I use to learn music?” is one question that is asked by many students trying to learn music on their own. Actually there are a few teachers asking this same question. Of the available full teaching methods, most incorporate music theory as a byproduct of teaching songs, performance, and technique. Some have separate music theory books, but these are designed to only provide the necessary amount of information to work the other parts of the course...

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