What's in THIS bundle?
One Early-Advanced Piece
"Against the Rule"
by Elissa Milne
This piece is an arrangement of
a very, very well-known tune,
and has been constructed
by using ONLY minor chords throughout.
Suitable for early advanced students.
to support learning the piece
for composition activities
for learning to read chord symbols!
Teaching Notes/Professional Development ONLINE Workshop (coming soon)
An online workshop for teachers, exploring:
• the harmonies used in
Against the Rule
• how to read and write chord symbols
for the complex chords used in
Against the Rule
• how to support students in mastering
the groove and syncopation
in Against the Rule
• ideas for using Against the Rule
as a stimulus for student composing
The workshop will be held online in real time,
so teachers can join in live,
and will then be available
inside the bundle
for you to view at a time that suits you,
as often as you like
more detail here.
Yours to use
with as many students as you like,
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"Against The Rule" Bundle $16.50 (including 10% GST)
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AGAINST THE RULE BUNDLE (including studio licence)
1 early advanced piano solo
15 Chord Cards
(every chord that is used in the piece)
1 online professional development workshop
with Elissa Milne
• teaching tips
• performance tips
• chord chart workshop
• composition ideas
(available live + unlimited replay)
ALL STUDIO LICENSED
• make unlimited copies
• share unlimited times
is the composer of the Little Peppers and Pepperbox Jazz series, author of the Getting to and P Plate Piano series, founder of the grass-roots 40 Piece Challenge movement, creator of the Chord Challenge, a speaker, writer, singer-songwriter, occasional blogger, and piano teacher.
Piano students around the globe have been learning and performing Elissa's music since the start of the century, and her work is included in numerous anthologies.
Elissa is Australian (she was born in Sydney), but she feels like she's at least half Kiwi, since New Zealand is where she grew up.