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Maumee Mom Apr 12
Why yes, I was blasting George Thorogood’s One Bourbon, One Scoth, One Beer as I pulled up in front of the school resource officer to drop the kid off this morning. Oops! Kiddo: “This song is so inappropriate” w/ *eyeroll* to end all eye rolls.
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Artsfundraising Apr 17
New research shows 67% of young people are active musicians, a significant increase from the last survey in 2006. With music qualifications in decline, the report argues it's vital “to make music an indispensable part of school life”.
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Adgus York 2h
"Let us take our children seriously! Everything else follows from this...only the best is good enough for a child." - Zoltan Kodaly
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Spreckels Organ Soc 6h
Lots of awesome 5th Graders have been in the pavilion this week for one of the many field trips each year to Balboa Park and the Spreckels Organ.
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Give A Note Apr 17
“Learning through arts reinforces critical academic skills in reading, language arts and math and provides students with the skills to creatively solve problems.” - Michelle Obama --
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Debbie O'Shea 2m
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McArthur High Chorus 2h
Join the for our Spring Concert as we celebrate The Joy of Singing! May 8th at 7:00 PM only $7. Support
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Adgus York 9h
"And I would advise my young colleagues, the composers of symphonies, to drop in sometimes at the kindergarten, too. It is there that it is decided whether there will be anybody to understand their works in twenty years' time." - Zoltan Kodaly
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Noteflight 4h
We’ve bundled Noteflight Learn and Soundtrap for Education to bring you the software you need in the classroom for one price, all available through MusicFirst. Learn more today:
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Luongo Ukulele 8h
At this years Strathmore Ukefest there will be a special Teacher Training Day which explores teaching concepts and techniques from Peter Luongo and .
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anita holford Apr 17
Music makes the most of each young person's potential, in many different ways, here's one. These fact cards are courtesy of the resource hub. If you advocate music and you're not yet a member, do join!
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Carolien Roorda 4h
Replying to @EvelynadeBeer
I was so moved by the music concert. is so important for children.
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Maestro Classics Apr 18
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Adgus York Apr 17
Music training from preschool through post-secondary education is common in most nations because involvement with music is considered a fundamental component of human culture and behavior. - Wikipeia
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Andrew McGuire Asst. Dir. Fine and Performing Arts Apr 17
Thank you for having me in your class this week. We had a rockin good time!
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Hank Carter 18h
Georgia Southern jazz band! Enjoyed it! @ First Baptist Church Statesboro
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Union Colony Children's Music Academy 2h
Thank you for your sponsorship of the Golf Carts at our 8th Annual Scholarship Golf Outing and helping to make a difference in the lives of children!
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Union Colony Children's Music Academy 2h
Thank you for joining us at our 8th Annual UCCMA Scholarship Fund Golf Outing on June 24th. We are excited to join with you to make a difference in the lives of children.
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Saxyderms 18h
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Andrew McGuire Asst. Dir. Fine and Performing Arts Apr 17
A pleasant day introducing students at to the landscape in . Great discussion today . Thank you for having me out!
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