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Introducing New Content: The School of Sight-Singing

We are excited to announce the addition of a new collection to our ever-expanding library: The School of Sight-Singing exercises by Giuseppe Concone. This collection is ideal for using with the MatchMySound guided practice algorithm because the application gives instant feedback in pitch and rhythm, allowing for quick progress by the singer. Giuseppe Concone was…

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Welcoming Our New Publisher Partner, The Royal School of Church Music!

My Choral Coach is proud to partner with The Royal School of Church Music (RSCM)! This esteemed international and ecumenical organization is dedicated to promoting effective and inspiring music in Christian worship, largely through publications, training courses, and an award scheme. We are thrilled to add their beautiful repertoire to our ever-growing library. Check out…

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Sing together. Unite the world.

My Choral Coach is proud to partner with World Singing Day! Join us this Saturday, October 17, 2020, as we unite the world in song!

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How Do I Keep Music Students In The Modern World?

How Do I Keep Music Students In The Modern World? By Steve Freeman   As music teachers, we compete daily with our students busy schedules and extracurricular activities. Add video games and social media into the mix and the battle for practice time is lost. How many times have we all heard “I didn’t have…

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Why Is Feedback So Important In Music Education

Why Is Feedback So Important In Music Education Anyone who learns a musical instrument wants to know how is he/she doing  In other words, learners need feedback. Sadly, two of the most popular learning models today – online learning and learning by textbooks – tend to omit it almost completely. But what about the traditional…

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Rhythm, Meter, Tempo – What’s The Difference

Rhythm, Meter, Tempo – What’s The Difference When we started working on automatic feedback then pretty soon we had to start answering questions about the difference of some qualities of a sound. For example, when we talk about evaluating one’s timing then are we talking about rhythm, tempo or meter? All very different aspects. So…

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Results Of A Survey: Can Hobby Players Read Music

Results Of A Survey: Can Hobby Players Read Music Some time ago we held a poll on a popular online guitar school’s website and asked visitors how do they learn their new pieces and first we asked them a very simple question: How do you mostly read new pieces? This is what we got: Seems…

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