Written by Zlata Brouwer
Published: December 2, 2013 at 6:27 PM [UTC]
That's absolutely not true. It's even better to start learning to read notes when you already play some tunes on your instrument and you can recognize them in the notes.
There is absolutely no point in starting out with boring theory. It's more easy, more efficient and more effective to start with that later.
I share with you how I teach my students and start with a so called 'auditive phase' in which they start right away making music!
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