Why choose a Colourstrings / Kodaly music class?
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If you are attending a class with your child this will be an ideal opportunity for you to develop your skills. Please don't be embarrassed to sing out as this will allow your voice to develop and pitch more accurately. Remember that your voice is special to your child and no voice gets a child's attention more than a mothers - or fathers!
Listening to the Singing Rascal CDs will also help you and your child to develop a more accurate sense of pitch.
Kodaly considered everyone able to develop musically and although he recommended this education to start as soon as possible, even before a child is born, you are never too old to start.
  1. Bullet I'm unable to sing in tune & would consider myself unmusical: is it a problem?

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