Why is Sheet Music Still Necessary in Music Education? Part 2

This was a follow-up to my first Huffington Post piece on music education. I am not against sheet music but I feel that one should have a complete understanding of the basics of triadic music (music made of chords) without it involved. Whether one chooses to learn to read notation or not, you can have a musical life with understanding and context and The Key of One can give you the foundation for all your musical aspirations. I hope you’ll read it and add your thoughts to the conversation.



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