Special Needs Children Compose Music for the Holidays
Revolutionary Music Theory Method Opens the World of Composing
At the Windsor Learning Center in Pompton Lakes, NJ, music teacher, Tom Cassella, is instructing his brand new music theory, The Flower of Music, to his students. This is a unique groundbreaking theory that uses geometry to connect all the notes in music together with colors. Students are able to make leaps and bounds into creating music by understanding this simple system of colors.
Tom’s students are able to bypass months of music theory classes and grasp the structure of music harmony with ease. This empowers each and every student with the ability to create their own musical compositions, without using traditional music theory.
Students are thrilled to let their creativity flow and express themselves, especially during the high energy of the holiday season. In every music class, students are practicing their fundamentals on the piano, while working on their own style and personalities of their compositions.
What makes this method so easy and appealing is that it does not require one to read standard music notation. One only needs to know the keys’ locations on the piano, and the Flower of Music does the rest for you. Tom said, “We learn to talk before we learn to read, so I am teaching you how to “speak” music first before reading it.”
Tom has compiled his lessons and teachings from the ground up into his brand new eBook, Cassella’s Flower of Music Book One, (available at tomfom.com) so anyone who would like to learn this theory, and make music a part of their lives this holiday season, can too. As proven in his classes, anyone can master music harmony with this cutting edge tool, The Flower of Music, which he also likes to call, “The Musical Shortcut.”
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