Leonie Thompson

Melbourne Piano Teacher and Pianist

Teaching Resources

Sources of Free Sheet Music Online

Posted by leonie.thompson on May 21, 2014 at 8:40 PM Comments comments (2)

Here is an ongoing list of the best online resources for free sheet music (and recordings) to print and play.

BEGINNERS: 


ELEMENTARY - ADVANCED:

 

These will help teachers, students wanting more, and the self taught musicians. Please comment below if you know of any more!

Duets are FUN

Posted by leonie.thompson on July 15, 2012 at 4:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Duets are a great way for friends or siblings to share their piano skills together, or parents to get involved with their childrens' interests. It's always encouraging and fun for students to play duets with each other.


As an added bonus, it aids in developing their aural skills in listening for the beat, listening to and playing together with their partner, and can lend to musical discussion on what dynamics they might use in their duo and why, etc.


Here are a few to try FREE from Making Music Fun:



Another place to find duets of ranging difficulty is here.


And to inspire you, watch this wonderful youtube video below performed by Olga Kharitonova and Igor Machlak (teachers at Melbourne University). Watch their communication throughout - they are perfectly in sync with one another...

 

 

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iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/hungarian-dance-no.-1-in-g/id391228135?i=391...

CD available at http://www.leatham.com.au/lm200/lm200.htm

 


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