The Harmonious Child: Every Parent's Guide to Musical Instruments, Teachers, and Lessons

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Open Road Media, Feb 16, 2016 - Family & Relationships - 168 pages
Children are naturally musical, but many parents don’t know when or how to begin their child’s formal musical education. Whether you wish to encourage your child’s musical growth, or would like to plan more advanced study, this book provides insight and guidance for parents of children from toddlers to teenagers. Beth Luey and Stella Saperstein walk you through the basics of finding the right instrument and instructor for your child, the ins and outs of music lessons, and successful ways to manage practice time. Along the way, they let you know what questions to ask and why.
 
This is the place to find practical, friendly, and knowledgeable advice about marching band, orchestra, and recitals—even the possibility of a musical career. With a thorough list of resources and a glossary, this guide will help you encourage your child to channel that joyful ruckus into beautiful music.
 

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Beth Luey is a retired college teacher and the author of many books about writing and publishing. Her daughter studied piano with Stella Saperstein for twelve years before attending Harvard College.
 
Stella Saperstein was trained at the Leningrad Conservatory in Russia as a concert pianist and college piano instructor. She immigrated to the United States in 1979 and has taught piano for more than thirty years. She serves as a judge in local and international piano competitions. Parent and teacher teamed up to write this book because of their strong belief in the value of music education for all children.
 

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