Pop Piano Resources

I've decided to start a new list of resources which can help teachers who are approaching pop music in their lessons. This list will automatically update as new posts about pop are posted. Enjoy!

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Teaching Pop Resources

Here are other resources you might like to check out: 

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Pamela Wedgwood first started composing because her students wanted to learn pop...and yet they weren't always ready to play the[...]
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