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Do you memorise your lesson plans for piano lessons or music classes?When Doremi Members start using my detailed lesson plans, a frequently asked question is…
Do you teach music using the Kodály Approach? Or maybe you’re thinking about it and are wondering where to start. You know you want to…
Do you teach classroom music and private instrumental lessons using the Kodály approach? I don’t know about you, but as a Kodály music teacher I…
Do you want or need to create a singing based curriculum for your school, class or club? Maybe you’ve done some Kodály training but have…
Here are five essential questions you need to ask yourself, before starting older students with the singing based Kodály approach. Whether it’s in a piano…
For more advice and support for teaching class music or piano using the Kodály approach visit https://doremiconnect.co.uk/ Do you wonder what on earth you can…
Welcome to Episode 21 of the Doremi Teach podcast. Today we’re going to chat about aural skills and how you can help your students, and…
Welcome to Episode 20 of the Doremi Teach podcast. Today I’m going to teach you a song that’s really useful for developing pulse or steady…
Welcome to Episode 19 of the Doremi Teach podcast. Today I’m going to teach you a song that’s useful for experiencing soft singing, piano, since…
Welcome to Episode 18 of the Doremi Teach podcast. Today I’m going to teach you a song that’s perfect for preparing steady beat and pitch…

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