Five(ish) Minute African Drum Lessons. In this series, percussionist Farai Malianga talks about drums and
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Activities and resources put together by the CSO.
Comprehensive modern band resources. Instructional videos, links to songs with chord charts for ukelele, piano,
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Musicplay Online – usually paid subscription, but free through school closures.
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13 Must-Have Chrome Apps for Music Teachers on the Educational Technology and Mobile Learning site.
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