The African-American music instruction guide for piano: children, beginners, intermediate & advanced students : --includes melody, accompaniment, rhythm, creativity, and history

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Amber Books, 2005 - Music - 156 pages
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This instruction book is a thorough teaching guide for music students interested in learning the fundamentals of music as well as a guide that supplements material already used by budding musicians. It is equipped to serve as a foundation for a formal music education and diverse music experience for music students of all levels and ages.

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Darshell DuBose-Smith received a Departmental Honor for her independent study on the progression of Jazz piano from Lycoming College where she graduated with honors. She continued her studies and graduated with a Master's Degree in Music History from Rutgers. Ms. DuBose-Smith began teaching piano performance at several music studios in New Jersey; she built her own studio and developed a music curriculum for the Juvenile Justice Commission and acquired State Certification and a teaching contract. Currently Ms. DuBose-Smith teaches music notation, performance, history, composition, music analysis and music appreciation at three Juvenile Justice Commission facilities. Ms. DuBose-Smith and her husband Frederick have a daughter, Diarra Grace.

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