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Sing-Play Way

This is an integrated approach to music-making that fosters personal development as well as skill acquisition. It offers us a lifetime of enjoyment and satisfaction.

Sing-Play develops the ear, so no music notation is taught in the beginning.

We learn how to hear more accurately and be able to replicate what we hear, either vocally, or on our instrument.

We learn to trust that if it doesn’t sound right we are correct, as well as how to self-correct.

Sing-Play helps us to feel how music moves in many different ways, depending on the genre. We learn to play the rhythm of the words in songs and how moving as we play helps our music-making.

Sing-Play helps us to connect to the music inside us and bring it out. As we already hear the music it becomes very easy to master the specific technical aspects that each instrument has, so we are making-music that is fluent.

Sing-Play helps develop our memory for new songs and remembering songs from many years ago.

Sing-Play is an organic process, during which we often discover limiting ideas, or memories of what other people have said to us, and teaches us how to release them so that our music-making becomes freer and nurturing.