Issue 13 - October 2014

Issue 13 - October 2014

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In This Issue

A Year in Review

Are you missing issues of the magazine? A Year in Review will let you know what topics were covered in each past issue. You might want to take advantage of the anniversary sale that is running the month of October to pick up any issues you may have missed!

Celebrate with a Halloween Festival!

As in the first issue, we are looking at ideas for celebrating the holidays in your studio. Jennifer Foxx shares about the Halloween festivals she runs in her studio in Celebrate with a Halloween Festival!

Thank You For the Music

Alyson M. Vigneron has discovered the many benefits of holding holiday recitals at retirement homes and she shares her thoughts and experiences in Thank You for the Music.

Let's Play! Help Your Students Improvise

Michael Katz, creator of Freescaling makes his debut as a regular contributor this month. With over 50 years of experience improvising, he has agreed to share tips, hints and advice that will help both teachers and their students to get off the page and get more creative. This month he has some tips using the blues scale in Let’s Play! Help Your Students Improvise.

Tis the Season...for a Christmas Camp!

Jennifer Foxx shares her experiences running Christmas camps in Tis the Season... for a Christmas Camp.

Review: Piano Accents

Finally, Elena Cobb shares her Review of Piano Accents.

Resource: Holiday Music

Next to Christmas music, Halloween music is probably the most requested holiday music in most piano studios. Finding fresh and fun Halloween music can be challenging at times. In recent weeks and months, several teachers have made new Halloween music available. If you haven't checked these new pieces out, you might want to take a few minutes to do that now.

Notes with Nick

Rounding out the issue are the regular columns - Notes with Nick by author and coach, Nick Ambrosino.

Contest: Supersonics Piano

Be sure to look up the rules for the Halloween Contest sponsored by Daniel McFarlane and Supersonics Piano! It sounds like a lot of fun and your students can win some great prizes!

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