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You are never too old to start piano lessons. Some of our students begin piano lessons at 4 years old, if they have the ability to focus and sit on a piano bench for close to 30 minutes. However, more and more adults are coming in for lessons. The adults are realizing that playing piano helps their brain function and keeps them young! Playing the piano is also a way to help them relax and enjoy some soothing sounds.

Breaking News! The Force is with us! We have a LOT of Star Wars music right now. We have Star Wars piano music for Easy thru Advanced Levels, Star Wars Music for Violins and Star Wars Music for Recorders. The Star Wars Music for Recorders includes a Red recorder with the music book! These will make cool gifts for Christmas. We also have Arpeggio Gift Cards available.

Come in and get a musical gift for Christmas!

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Perfect Practice Technique Demonstration

We all have busy schedules, so it is important to get the most out of your practice time. When you have a new tricky part to master in your music, you need to keep your eyes on the music as much as possible and play the tricky part slowly, 5 times correctly, or as I like to say it, “5 times right!” Next you should back up a measure and play through the tricky part 5 times correctly. After that, back up several measures and play through the part 5 times correctly. You may have to do this sequence for several days, but it is an effective way to master a difficult part. Watch the demonstration below and you will see…

FYI Mike and I have a shelter dog named Rosco. Rosco is part dachshund and Schipperke. Here is a picture of Mike reading Rosco’s favorite book, which you can find at our studio. The book is called “Splat the Cat”.

Rosco and MIke Reading picture

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New Videos to Teach Letter Names on the Music Staves

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Hey Folks!

I wanted to share something with you that is a great new way to help your students learn the letter names of the treble and bass staves. A clever music teacher named Jennette Young changed the lyrics to 2 popular songs and I think this will help the students to remember the letters even better! I recommend you share this with all of your students.

Here’s the treble clef video. Enjoy!

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Arpeggio’s First Blog

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We’re so excited about our new website. Since the founding of Arpeggio Music Academy a little over two years ago, we’ve been so blessed. It’s been an honor to work with children, their parents, and many adults who desire to learn the wonderful world of music.

As the Arpeggio family has grown, we wanted to find a few creative ways to stay connected. Our blog will be a source for all kinds of information. We hope you keep checking back to see what’s happening currently, and just around the corner.

We offer you—our family bound by a genuine love for music—our heartfelt appreciation for making all of this possible. In return, we promise to help you “Follow Your Dreams.”

You can always give us a call during business hours at (210) 362-1058. Or, you can email us anytime, night or day. We’ll be in touch shortly.

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Guest Blogger James Shupp: Music & Life

How Music Relates to Life - Arpeggio Music Academy in San Antonio

How Music Relates to Life

“Music is one of, if not the most important aspect of my life.”
“Music is how I relate myself to the world.”
“Music means the world to me. It makes me think about how it relates to life and I love the beats.”
“Music is a way to express yourself, keep you company while you’re alone, and always give you something to do.”
“Music is everything, without music there is no purpose to a lot of stuff.”
“Music is a way to express yourself and your feelings. It’s something that I can go to whenever I need it.”
“Music is a way to express feelings that might be hard to express otherwise.”
“Music to me is a source of stress relief. It helps me calm down or just to relax, on a bad day. But on a good day, music just helps me get through the day.”
“Music is a way of expressing me and being able to relate to other people.”
“It can personify emotions in life if written well.”
“Music is a source of inspiration and expression.”
“Music wakes me up, gets me going, and is a way to add some more awesomeness to every day.”
“Music means a lot to me. It is a way to express and release emotions. I love music that on top of the fun beats, it can carry a message that is relative to real life situations.”
“Music is a nice thing you can listen to when you want to get out and just go into your own world.”
“Music is my way to escape from the real world and just listen and let myself go.”
“Music is freedom. It’s everything. Music connects the world!”
“It is the expression of deep emotions and feelings.”
“Music calms me down, lifts me up and always makes me feel a certain way.”
“Explains things when words fail; Music speaks.”
“Music means something that’s inspiring and can match your moods”
“Music helps me connect to life.”

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