Monday, December 1, 2008

Welcome to the December 2008 Music Education Carnival of Blogs

At Discover, Learn, Play we are very excited and honored to be hosting this edition of the Music Education Blog Carnival! We hope you'll take a moment to get to know us, read some of our posts, leave a comment and drop by now and again to stay in touch.

Submissions for this December Carnival began finding my mailbox bright and early on Monday morning, November 3. We had no sooner started changing the clocks to Daylight Savings time when the first 'ding' arrived from 'One Family's Blog' offering a 'Comparative Review' of Yamaha digital pianos. And I thought I was prolific! This blog covers so many topics that it had my head swimming. The final post came in just under the gun mere moments ago. Posts, authors and home pages are listed below in order of their arrival.

PS check out the music education blogger time-line compiled by Joel at So You Want to Teach? - it's very cool and you just might see your blog and name in print!

Special thanks to Dr. Joe Pisano at MusTech.Net for all of his hard work and for this opportunity. Please be sure to 'actively participate' in this global conversation, comment on posts that you find interesting and above all, tell your friends about the Carnival. Enjoy!


1. Yamaha Digital Pianos - A Comparative Review by One Family's Blog

2. Music Teachers: Free printable sheet music by Crystal H. Site For Music Teachers

3. Get Into Rhythm: 50 Open Courseware Collections for Musicians
by Alisa Miller MatchACollege

4. Learning to Play Better Guitar by Jeffery Hansen Ultra Guitar Method

5.Things I've Learned
by Alexandra Gallant The Misadventures of a First Year Music Teacher

6. Promoting Your New School Blog by Theresa White Education in Music

7. 20 Questions to ask Yourself When Practising by Mike Seville How To Practise

8.
Mozart Makes You Human by Nancy Flanagan Teacher in a Strange Land


9.
A Partial Timeline of Music Education Blogging
by Joel So You Want to Teach?

10. Cross Sticking on Snare Drum
by Cary Stewart Third Stream Music Education

11. The Process of Learning a Musical Instrument
by Thomas J. West Music Education Practice Tips

12. MuseScore , A Free Open-Source Music Composition and Notation Program by Joe Pisano MusicTechnology.Net

That concludes this edition. Be sure to submit your blog article to the next edition of music education blog carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page. Thanks for visiting!


3 comments:

How To Practise said...

Thanks for hosting this months carnival. I particularly liked Thomas Wests article :).

J. Pisano said...

Eugene,

Congrats on a great carnival! I hope many more people will join in on the upcoming carnivals and read all of these great posts!

Gene London said...

Downloading Music Score as I write this. Look forward to testing it. Also look forward to reading all of the other blogs, looks like some great topics.

 
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