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Your Musical Child

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Voicing/Format book
Composer Jessica Turner
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00330789

Price: $14.95

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Your Musical Child Composed by Jessica Turner. For book. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00330789, UPC: 073999307894)

What makes a child fall in love with learning to play music? How does talent develop? When is the right time to start lessons? Which instrument is the best fit? Why is practice so challenging and what can parents do to keep kids musically motivated? Where can a parent learn about music programs, camps, books, recordings, and other important resources? This groundbreaking book answers these questions and many others, serving up healthy portions of insight, humor, research, practical advice, fresh ideas and heartfelt encouragement for making the most of musical development from pregnancy through the elementary years. It provides everything parents need to nurture children so they may begin to discover their own unique voices. If one book can keep kids from quitting, this is it! This book will help you find a new relationship with your child, and perhaps, yourself ... It's never too late. - Graham Nash

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