About Your Music Teacher

Earl Marsden started developing a passion for music at the early age of twelve. He first learned to play the guitar at thirteen, and from there he pursued the study other instruments including the violin, piano and flute. Currently, he devotes some of his spare time to writing articles about music teaching while managing his own music studio.

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  1. Dear Mr. Marsden,

    I also write a blog about teaching music here on WordPress, Maestro’s Musings (www.maestrosmusings.wordpress.com.) If you are interested, I would love to be a “guest blogger” on your site. Thank you for your consideration.

    David Lockeretz

  2. I also have a word press blog about teaching music. I am in my first year, so it’s my story. Take a look!

    http://startthemusic.wordpress.com/

  3. Me Too Me Too.
    26 year veteran of music education. I would like to be a guest blogger and invite you to do the same for my blog.
    http://LarryShudra.wordpress.com

    • @Larry
      Yes, you may send me your articles for posting. Email me at musicteacher541@gmail.com and I will schedule them for uploading. Thanks!

  4. Hi Ed,

    I love your blog and just subscribed. As a young piano teacher, everything that you’ve stated in your articles has completely rung true in my experience. Thanks for sharing and I look forward to reading more!

    Lee Gellatly
    http://pianolessonvancouver.com


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