Music Language is a philosophy of music education that teaches music lessons as a language. Our studios aim to teach so that the student experiences the music aurally and physically, and the music becomes part of the students’ being. As in learning a language, it is the experience of listening and aural practice, leading eventually to physical activity that makes learning a reality. Music language recognizes that, while conscious cognition of the mind is a useful tool for learning, it is actually the ear and the body that are being taught. Activities of listening, movement, singing, as well as reading and writing of musical scores are elements of group and individual lessons.
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The music lessons program which uses Music Language for older children and adults is, Adventuring With Music®. Students may experience group or individual instruction to practice aural skills and learn how music works and is written. This will lead to music … Read More
Music for Wee Folk® is designed for young children, approximately 3-7. In small classes an assortment of music activities and skills are practiced – music reading, songs, games and often beginning piano and/or violin lessons. Students will be introduced to … Read More