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Yamaha “40 Under 40” Music Educators

Yamaha launched the “40 Under 40” music education advocacy program in 2021 to recognize and celebrate outstanding young music educators. These remarkable teachers share the joy and power of music-making with their students who range from transitional kindergarteners to college undergrads.  

We look forward to sharing the stories of 40 music teachers each year. You will be inspired by the noteworthy achievements of the Yamaha “40 Under 40” educators who oversee music programs that are continually growing and improving.  

2022 “40 Under 40” Educators

2021 “40 Under 40” Educators

2022 Nomination Form   

Yamaha “40 Under 40” Music Educators

Yamaha launched the “40 Under 40” music education advocacy program in 2021 to recognize and celebrate outstanding young music educators. These remarkable teachers share the joy and power of music-making with their students who range from transitional kindergarteners to college undergrads.  

We look forward to sharing the stories of 40 music teachers each year. You will be inspired by the noteworthy achievements of the Yamaha “40 Under 40” educators who oversee music programs that are continually growing and improving.  

2022 “40 Under 40” Educators

2021 “40 Under 40” Educators

2022 Nomination Form   

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After you’ve practiced playing and hearing the four basic chord types described in Part 1 of this article, the next step is to listen to your favorite songs and try to identify which of these chord types they are using. Here are some examples to get you started. Major Chords Hey Jude – The Beatles This classic starts out with four easily recognizable major chords (the third one has a dominant 7…

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