They say that the definition of "crazy" is to continue to do the same things and expect different results. If that is indeed the definition then what does that say about the American educational system? For years we've focused all our attention on what will garner better test results but is this really what should be at the focal point of a 21st century education?
As promised, here is this week’s Summer Piano Short. This quick piano lesson online will show you how to get a bigger, cooler sound out of a major chord by making one simple addition. Click here to print a copy, and in case you missed the Arpeggio Summer Piano Short check that out as well. It will help you with this one.
This is the 4th and final post in the Summer Piano Short series, but if you would like to see more Summer Piano Shorts, leave a comment below and I will look into my
BIG BOX of PIANO SECRETS and pull out a few more!