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Frequently Asked Questions about Yamaha Music

First off, what is the Yamaha Music Education System? Designed to meet the unique needs and developmental stages of each age group, Yamaha programs develop every student's comprehensive musical ability in an atmosphere that inspires a love of music and a lifetime of active music involvement.

The YMES is the largest music education instruction system in the world –currently offered in more than 40 countries to more than 600,000 students.

How is Yamaha different from traditional piano lessons? The Yamaha curriculum is broad compared to traditional private piano lessons. Students sing solfège to develop ear training, play the keyboard, sing songs with lyrics, develop rhythm by moving to music, and play keyboard ensembles.

Most importantly, Yamaha students are taught how to use the skills they acquire to express themselves through musical creation.

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Why use keyboard instruments? The use of the keyboard as a learning tool is one characteristic of the Yamaha Music Education System. Keyboards offer the following advantages: - Pitch accuracy -- When a key is pressed, it produces the correct sound.

- All musical elements -- Students can play melody, rhythm, and harmony on one instrument. - Visible and touchable -- On a keyboard, notes are easy to find and play. - Range -- Sounds in all ranges (high and low) are easy to produce. At Perfect Harmony Music, we provide a wide range of music lessons to people of all ages and skill levels, including piano, keyboard, saxophone, clarinet, ukulele, guitar, cello, drums and vocals.

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Perfect Harmony Music Studio is located at 1055 Canadian Place (Unit 107) in Mississauga (Greater Toronto Area).

Call us at (905) 232-5454

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