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Learn Music Facts

In this lesson (6) from Level One, you will understand the piano notes C and D through a fun, easy to learn performance piece. Go deeper and practice writing the notes and counts on the attached theory worksheet.

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“Straightforward, easy to understand.”

D. Sorensen, Grass Valley, CA

Play Along With The Band

Here is the audio file for Lesson 6. Listen for the metronome count-off and play along on your piano or keyboard. On the repeat, join in with the fully orchestrated accompaniment track.

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R. Berg, Seattle, WA

“Love the Accompaniments”

“We just love the fabulous accompaniments you’ve put to each tune.”
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Meet Your Teacher

Joanne Jolee received her piano and music theory training through the Trinity College of Music, and Royal School of Music, both in London,  and studied voice under Dame Sister Mary Leo at Saint Mary’s College in New Zealand. She has taught private music lessons for over 30 years.

Joanne homeschooled her five children K-12 teaching them music as a core daily subject. They all are musicians and have higher education degrees, including, Business Administration on a full scholarship, 2 with Juris Doctors, 1 Master of Engineering on a full scholarship, and 1 Master of Psychology/Doctoral student.

Joanne is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Jolee-Jaffa Music Foundation which provides a free music education to underprivileged children, and music therapy to seniors suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and traumatic brain injury.

Joanne’s oldest daughter is now homeschooling and teaching music to her 5 children.

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