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The Power of a Hymn

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Hymns may not win a young pianist a scholarship or performance award. But as your child learns to work their fingers from one chord to another, they will not only learn about chord progression, intervals, and harmony, they will enrich their hearts to the true purpose of music..... to learn of God and worship Him!

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Musicians and Christmas

Yes, you might complain about the Christmas decorations coming up too early around town, or the Christmas commercials already on TV... they seem to jump right in as soon as Halloween is over, but don't complain when your music student brings Christmas pieces home early to practice.  You've got to expect musicians to bring out the carols long before the stockings are hung or the tree is up.  Why?  Because they need to be ready with those holiday pieces when asked to play at school or parties, recitals or church.  At PianoMorningStore.com, we have plenty of Christmas pieces on all...

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September's Here!

September's Here!

September has arrived, along with some great new items from our store!  Over the summer, we announced the debut of our first lesson book.  It's an introduction to middle C position for all new beginners.  A teachers' booklet followed, complete with accompaniments that played the melody along with the student, helping them keep an even rhythm as they played each piece. (Click on "New" at the bottom of the homepage to find these items.) Also of interest:  Teachers wishing to try out our PianoMorningStore site can get a free month's access just by purchasing the ebook "Band Camp on the...

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Jigs and Gigues


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Christmas Carols

Christmas Carols

Traditional, beloved Christmas carols... we love hearing them, singing them, and playing them at this time of the year. We hear them arranged in a variety of styles-- at the grocery store; as we shop for gifts at the mall; and when we attend the many Christmas recitals and concerts available during December.  We sing them at church, in our homes, and in the car along with the radio.  We play them on the piano, on our violins, flutes and other musical instruments in solos and ensembles, orchestras and bands. Christmas carols are pretty much exclusive to the month of...

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