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PMEA Clinic 2009- Bridging The Gap Between The Composers, The Performers, And The Audience

| April 28, 2009 | 2 Replies
PMEA Clinic 2009- Bridging The Gap Between The Composers, The Performers, And The Audience

Travis J. Weller and I presented a clinic at the 2009 PMEA conference held in Valley Forge, PA entitled Bridging the Gap Between the Composers, Performers, and the Audience.   This presentation outlines some of the reasons that bringing a composer into the classroom (and other similiar “golden opportunities”), whether “physical” or “virtual”, are important to our […]

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PMEA 2009 -Almost A Memory

| April 24, 2009 | 1 Reply
PMEA 2009 -Almost A Memory

PMEA for 2009 is almost finished.   I was able to meet up with a number of friends, meet some new ones, and check out some awesome new music related stuff!  Travis Weller and I presented a session entitled Bridging the Gap between the Composers, Performers, and Audience and it was well received.  I will be […]

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May 2009 Music Education Blog Carnival

| April 20, 2009 | 5 Replies
May 2009 Music Education Blog Carnival

Just a quick note announcing the May 2009 Music Education Blog Carnival.  Natalie Wickham, over at the Music Matters Blog, will be hosting this month.  She is an active music educator, blogger, and writer.   In addition to her Music Matter’s Blog, she also hosts and operates the pajamaschool blog where she writes about all things related […]

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Media Copyright: Embedding YouTube Clips On A Blog Or Website, Is It Legal?

| April 9, 2009 | 24 Replies
Media Copyright: Embedding YouTube Clips On A Blog Or Website, Is It Legal?

One of the things that has stymied many people from utilizing YouTube to embed Video clips on their Web sites is is the ever present and looming threat of copyright violation(s) and subsequent action against them for such usage.     The question on many people’s minds when they do or are thinking of embedding a video […]

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Resurrection Sunday – The Open Hymnal, Lent & Easter Edition

| April 7, 2009 | 4 Replies
Resurrection Sunday – The Open Hymnal, Lent & Easter Edition

As with many people in the United States and world, this Sunday is a very special time for me.   Easter is quickly approaching and there are a number of music resources available for free on the Internet that can help musicians find musical ways to celebrate it. TheOpen Hynmal is one of those resources and a […]

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The Music Interactive- Music Applications For Music Instruction And More

| April 6, 2009 | 1 Reply
The Music Interactive- Music Applications For Music Instruction And More

My friend, Dr. Marc Jacoby, sent me an e-mail last month to let me know that he and Craig Gonci started a new music website that includes activities and games for classroom and performance-based music classes.  Their new site is visually attractive, easy to navigate, and includes a number of both “free” and “fee” based music […]

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Mobile Broadband In The U.K.

| April 2, 2009 | 11 Replies
Mobile Broadband In The U.K.

The folks from broadband-expert.co.uk have been asking me for almost a year to talk about their product(s).   They feel that MusTech.Net would be a good platform for them because of our large international audience so, after the third request, I decided to do a quick sponsored write-up of the company as many of our readers may […]

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