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Whether you teach class music, or are a peripatetic/private instrumental teacher, Music Teacher will provide you with invaluable ideas for your teaching, with substantial online lesson materials and a range of practical features. Packed with reviews, news, comment and debate, as well as the latest jobs, professional development opportunities and fantastic special offers, Music Teacher is all you need to teach music.

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Contents List

    MT meets comedian Al Murray to find out why he’s teamed up with Music for All

    Online resources
    Downloadable teaching and revision materials covering the whole secondary curriculum and more. 

  • Edexcel GCSE set works
  • AQA GCSE Unit 1 Listening to and Appraising Music
  • The Symphony in the Classical Period (c.1740–c.1802)
New columns for cello and fretted strings

    Practical Classroom Tech
    Tim Hallas suggests ways to record class performance

    School of rock
    Assessment is an integral part of teaching but when it comes to the plethora of non-classical exams on the market it’s tough to know where to start. MT’s resident guitar expert Al Summers offers an overview 

    The Glee Effect
    The rise of reality TV singing competitions and that US comedy-drama series has placed renewed pressure on vocal teaching. Jeremy Fisher offers some sage advice

    Got that Swing?
    Pro-musicians and ABRSM examiners Mark Armstrong and Alexander L’Estrange share some engaging tips for teaching jazz. Be prepared to sing!

    Publishing house Spartan Press marks its 25th anniversary

    Music tracks
    Thomas Lydon introduces Trinity College London’s newest product, Small Group Tracks, which allows individual assessment in a small group setting

    Youth Music
    MT meets National Foundation for Youth Music’s executive director Matt Griffiths

    Music Education Expo
    Not-to-be-missed seminars and workshops at MT’s upcoming Music Education Expo

    Has the music stopped?
    Notes from St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School in Basildon, one of the featured schools in Channel 4’s Don’t Stop the Music, featuring pianist James Rhodes

    Learning to fly
    Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts reveals exciting plans for expansion

    Simultaneous learning
    Paul Harris explains the importance of strategic approach

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