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Long Distance Learning Oh La La and Gold Cup Festival


IMG_0539Hi, Everyone!

Miss Nancy began long distance teaching in February introducing preschoolers to the joy of music via FaceTime. At the daycare center, Little Blessings, I was able to teach old folk tunes, like London Bridge is Falling Down and newer ones, like The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round. French tunes and language are also an important part of Music Monday. The children, ranging from ages or 2 years to 4 years, enjoyed singing the French puppet song, Ainsi Font, Font, Font, and are learning to count in French. Merci, mes amis!

Gold Cup Festival is this Saturday. I hope you are all polishing up your beautiful pieces for the friendly judge!

Remember to

1. Play your required and choice pieces at home before you leave for the festival!

2. Bring your music with you.

3. Adjust your piano bench so you are comfortable.

4. Try out a few notes on the piano in the judging room.

5. Get into your starting position before beginning your performance.

6. Take your time, and hold those nice fermata notes at the end of your piece!

7. Wear comfortable, performance quality clothing.

8. Have fun!

See you there!

Gold Cup Trophy

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Miss Nancy Begins Long Distance Teaching to Pre Schoolers in Pottstown, Pennsylvania


Hi, Everybody!

What a wonderful time I had teaching songs to my young friends fromIMG_0539 Little Blessings Pre School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania! Our song list for Music Monday included If You’re Happy and You Know It, Ainsi Font, Font, Font, a little French song, The Alphabet Song, and Itsy Bitsy Spider. Seen in the photos are the children singing and playing London Bridge is Falling Down. One concept we still have to learn is making the bridge arms come down to catch the “prisoner.” Oh well, another day!

Thanks to all my singers for a musical start to the week!

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