A World Where Everyone Plays

Written by Mel Karajas on

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“Some people think music education is a privilege, but I think it’s essential to being human” – Jewel

 
Since 1998, Simply Music has provided transformative music education via our Teacher Training Program, giving musicians, from the relative novice to the most formally trained, the opportunity to teach an innovative, effective, playing-based program to students of all ages.

Thanks to the new digital format of the training program, it’s now possible to learn to teach our breakthrough method and open a studio anywhere in the world. If you have the ambition to teach, we have the program. We can be anywhere you are.

We’re excited to see how Simply Music Digital helps us reach more people across the globe. We now have teachers in 12 countries. To celebrate the diversity of the nations we’ve reached so far, here’s a sampling of the unique music of each.
*Click the title for the instrument’s history and the photo for it’s audio/video.
 

Australia – Didgeridoo

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USA – Banjo

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New Zealand – Taonga Puoro

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Russia – Balalaika

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South Africa – Vuvuzela

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Switzerland – Alphorn

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Spain – Cuatro Guitar

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Malaysia – Gendang

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Romania – Panpipes

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Canada – Fiddle

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Scotland – Bagpipes

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England – Concertina

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Credit: www.clarelibrary.ie

Mel Karajas

About Mel

Mel is a partner to Mark, Mum to 2 boys and devotee of all things 90’s from Melbourne, Australia. For Simply Music, she loves raising awareness and resources for Music & Memory, contributing to various projects and bringing you fresh content on The Playground every week!

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  • Dixie Cramer

    What a great overview of world instruments. Thanks for all the work you did to bring this to us, Mel!

    • simplymusic

      Thanks so much Dixie. Really glad you enjoyed it 🙂