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A digitised copy of Reaching Out: Music Education with ‘hard to reach’ young people (2013)

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Digitised copies of NAME publications (National Association of Music Educators)

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Download these inspiring FREE posters for your classroom, from NST – a leading UK music tour provider Posters cover topics such as songwriting tips, musical dynamics and creating a positive classroom environment.

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A Piano Method for older beginners 11+ and adults. This method introduces the pedal straight away and is ideal for teenagers and adults.
The music is fun and includes modern, popular, classical and jazz styles including some improvisation.

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The ISM Trust recently launched Play: A psychological toolkit for optimal music performancePlay is an essential hands-on guide to help musicians manage performance anxiety and reach their full musical potential.

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High quality music education can start children on a journey that lasts a lifetime. This book gives beginning primary school teachers clear guidance on how to successfully teach music without recourse to specialised training.

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Thirteen tunes in a variety of styles, with lyrics, actions and space for improvisation and copy-backs. Starting with simple 1-2 note tunes, and moving on to 4-5 note tunes, this book will aid creative music making and progression.

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In the Gap! is an exciting new resource designed to allow teachers to introduce basic improvisation and creative music into their lessons

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