From the Artist Bench with Cicilia Yudha: GAME-Land (11/05/2021)

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New Perspectives and Opportunities for Online Piano Instruction with João Paulo Casarotti, Eder Giaretta, Ana Maria Orduz, Daiane Raatz, Ory Shihor, and Hugh Sung (11/10/2021)

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From the Artist Bench with Catherine Kautsky: Music and Nationhood (10/22/2021)

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Around the World with Piano Duets with Luis Sanchez and Libby Vanatta (09/29/2021)

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A world of music - guide to the seven cover story articles for Jan/Feb 2018

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In less than forty-eight hours, it is possible to move between almost any two points on the globe. A hundred years ago, many of these journeys might have taken weeks or months. In addition to the incredible ease of physical travel, in the last ten years we have developed the ability to connect with anyone on the planet in a matter of seconds. Video...

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An American family’s musical journey through Cuba

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As the iron door into Cuba slowly creaks open, Americans have been eager to learn more about life in this decades-long isolated country. Once a tropical vacation destination for a quarter of a million tourists each year, the country became plagued by political, social, and technological barbed wire for more than five decades. After a 2014 initiativ...

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Lessons with (from) Kenya

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It started with a simple question. On an otherwise normal fall day a few years ago, I was introduced to Bilha Ayieko, a music teacher from Kenya who was visiting the University of Georgia.1 Bilha came into my office and provided a little background about her music program at an Moi Girls' School, an all-girls' high school.2 She was a vocalist by tr...

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Class piano connections: A Brazil-U.S. group piano project

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Collaboration between two foreign countries can be fraught with deadly secrets, dangers, and mysterious politics. Fortunately, in the case of piano classes in Brazil and the United States, these were not the circumstances. In fact, our collaboration fostered creativity and relationships among the students in both countries.  Beginnings When co...

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DIGITAL ONLY CONTENT: We are related: a few extra stories from China

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Rambo meets Rocky "We are related!" said the young communist translator assigned to us in Guangzhou. We had been warned that the official translators were there to watch us closely, so I was caught off guard. "How is that?" I asked. "Because you are Rambo, and my American name is Rocky." As unexpected as it was to find Sylvester Stal...

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Editor's Column: The students we meet

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In this issue, you will meet several teachers who have experienced profound cross-cultural exchanges. Personally, I have delighted in working with students from more than fourteen countries, giving me a framework for identifying with the work of the authors here. However, my takeaway went much further than nodding my head as I recalled my own adven...

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How Do You Use Technology to Teach Composition?

from the series: Tomorrow Today: Technology George Litterst, Editor Current technologies offer students and professionals a clear connection between the notation of a composition and the resulting sound of the piece. I first became excited about composition in high school. My early attempts were very simple and naive, but the results were...

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