Piano play-along duet: I Love Coffee I Love Tea and Knuckles [Teacher intro]

Organize a complete unit in five sections on I Love Coffee, I Love Tea! Students can: 1) learn the upper duet tunes by rote with tutorial videos and a supporting guide sheet; 2) teach it to a family member; 3) learn the duet chords with a tutorial video and music sheet; 4) learn about the circle of fifths; and 5) become a music arranger! Keep your students engaged with this amazing project! … continue reading →

Christmas and Winter Piano solos, duets, and trios for all levels [Printable]

Here is a whole gift bag's worth of ideas for exciting, motivating repertoire to make the season bright. Music is one of the things that makes the holidays so special; music brings us together, it is something we share with one another and a vital part of the holiday. In this post you'll find Christmas solos, duets, at least one trio, plus wintry music that is versatile and can be played during and after the holidays. ...continue reading →

Rebekah Maxner's Rock the Boat for Early Elementary piano students [note/rote/duets]

Rock the Boat is filled to the brim with music students will love. Your Early Elementary students can play the blues, walking bass jazz, boogie patterns, beautiful, sensitive melodies, and catchy, energetic themes that are fun to sing along with. Note and rote options, lots of lyrics and each piece comes with a teacher duet that enhances the student’s musical experience and development. ...continue reading →

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