New Editable Christmas Recital Program

Piano teachers usually make their own recital programs and it is really helpful to have a fast and easy editable template. Since Christmas recitals are coming up, this post contains a free template for Microsoft Word that is easy to edit and use in your studio recital. This is a minimalistic design for those of […]

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God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen

Scroll down for the link Every year I try to add another primer Christmas carol to my website, and this year is no exception. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen seems to have gone out of favor nowadays. However, students like to sing and play it because of the minor sound, yet cherry, upbeat tempo. That’s […]

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Christmas Recital Certificate
Christmas Recital Certificate to pass out after your music recital.

Scroll down for the link to the free Christmas recital certificate. A few years ago some teachers asked me if I had had ever made a Christmas recital certificate. My first thought was to do a Google search and find it on my site for them.  Alas, I couldn’t find it on my site anywhere! […]

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Throwback Thursday- Snowmen and Reindeer Intervals
Students review intervals of seconds to octaves in the Snowmen and Reindeer Interval Game

For today’s Throwback Thursday post, I’m featuring a Christmas interval game which was originally posted about 6 years ago. To download this free game,  scroll down. Here is the second game in a set of 3 Christmas games. This one is a review of intervals, thanks to a suggestion from another teacher. Students should be familiar […]

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Holiday Staff Paper
This cute bundle of decorated Holiday Staff Paper will inspire your beginning composer to write their own music!

Holiday Staff Paper  New in my store is a cute bundle of decorated Holiday Staff Paper to inspire your beginning composer to write their own music! I designed this paper to appeal to young students. But I included teacher-friendly elements that you will appreciate, such as a staff large enough for elementary writing, but not too large. […]

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