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My simple MuseScore Für Elise has 5,759 hits, 44 ♥️

A few years ago I wrote a simplified version of Für Elise for a very young student. I used the scorewriter MuseScore which is free and open-source, and uploaded my version to its online score sharing platform. Today they sent me a reminded to look at it, and I saw it had 5,759 views and Continue reading My simple MuseScore Für Elise has 5,759 hits, 44 ♥️

Excerpt: Datuk Peter Pragas

[Excerpt from: Funk, Joanna. SabahSongs: Contemporary Music in Sabah. Kota Kinabalu: Opus Publications, 2013. 11-13. Print.] DATUK PETER PRAGAS The grass cutters sang their folk songs; I imagined what it would be like to embellish and make extensions to this native music. Datuk Peter Pragas. November 2 2009, Kota Kinabalu. When I first visited Datuk Continue reading Excerpt: Datuk Peter Pragas

“My other arm’s alright, can I still do my lesson?”

I heard that my student Tom broke his wrist last week and wouldn’t be able to do lessons for the rest of the term. So imagine my surprise when he rocked up to his lesson saying: I broke my wrist but my other arm is still alright. Can I still have my lesson? I’m soooo Continue reading “My other arm’s alright, can I still do my lesson?”