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Online Home School Music Courses

LearnThruMusic music courses use music technology theory, digital and traditional musical instruments, singing, spoken word, and rapping to help home school students with life skills, cross-curricular subjects, and improving confidence. Rewise music courses allow home school students to learn in a different way and have important interaction with other students. 

Playing Guitar

Whether practising for music exams or simply learning for fun, our home school guitar lessons will help you learn both the practical and theoretical elements of playing guitar. From acoustic to electric, our musicians and tutors Oliver and Lee will tune up your skills with both live and recorded sessions.

 

Our at home music production courses allow you discover all the digital music production skills you will need to create songs in a range of genres. With industry standard music software, you can explore different recording techniques and find the best music production practices for you. 

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Music Performance

Gain an understanding of the basic building blocks of musical theory and notation. This course, An Introduction to Music Theory, will introduce you to concepts such as music staves, clefs, rhythmic and pitch values, rhythmic metre, and time signatures.

Whether practising for music exams or simply learning for fun, our online home school harmonica lessons will help you learn both the practical and theoretical elements of playing the harmonica. From acoustic to electric, our musician will tune up your skills with both live and recorded harmonica sessions.

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