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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!

If you're interested in my 8-part How to Teach Pop Music course called "PianoFlix", then check out this video which gives you an overview of the course. 


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Teaching Pop Resources

Here are other resources you might like to check out: 

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Having built a successful music studio, Peter Wang wasn't done. Now, he and his colleagues are trying to make their[...]
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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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