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New Talking #Rhythm Series - Rhythm Practice Every Musician Needs to Know!

Easy Ear Training Presents a NEW Talking Rhythm SeriesIn these five insightful articles by percussionist and award-winning composer Sabrina Pena Young musicians will discover how to play complex and simple rhythms, the importance of counting, compound rhythms, counting triplets, and the Kodaly method of counting. 
Each article has helpful exercises that you can download straight to your smartphone for easy everyday practice. 
Click HERE to  Explore Talking Rhythm

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THE MUSIC EDUCATION EXPO COMPOSITION COMPETITION RETURNS!  This year we are looking for a two minute a cappellachoral composition, arranged for SAT. The entries will be judged by a specialist panel, including choral specialist Daniel Galbreth (conductor and composition PhD student at Birmingham Conservatoire) and Music Teacher Editor Alex Stevens. The winning composition will be introduced by Julian Lloyd-Webber and performed live at Music Education Expo 2016 by an affiliate youth choir of Birmingham Conservatoire. If your students are keen to have their work heard by hundreds of attendees, filmed and audio recorded, and performed by a first-rate conservatoire-affiliated ensemble, then get them to enter today! You can download our handy poster to display in your department here. In association with Birmingham Conservatoire
Apply here:
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Advanced polyrhythm Drummer Christian Muhr

A Painless Intro to Music Publishing | Part 1: Publishing Rights

A quick and painless overview of the rights associated with songwriting and music publishing, presented by Songspace co-founder Jesse Feister.

Some helpful information about copyright and composition that will help those new to music publishing, or even seasoned professionals that may need a brush-up on some basic music business information.

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17th International Electroacoustic Composition Competition - Música Viva 2016 Deadline Jan 31

17th International Electroacoustic Composition Competition - Música Viva 2016 Posted: 19 Nov 2015 04:07 AM PST Web site:

Expiration of Opportunity: Sun, 2016-01-31

Published date: 
19 Nov 2015
17th International Electroacoustic Composition Competition - Música Viva 2016
Data Limite: 31 de Janeiro de 2016

A fim de incentivar a criação e a difusão de novas obras electroacústicas, a Miso Music Portugal promove o 17.º Concurso Internacional de Composição Electroacústica MÚSICA VIVA 2016.

In order to encourage the creation and the diffusion of new electroacoustic works, Miso Music Portugal promotes the 17th International Electroacoustic Composition Competition MÚSICA VIVA 2016.

Deadline: January 31, 2016

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