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Your Bibliography: Dalton, Hannah. Singing Group. 2015. E-mail.
Your Bibliography: Harris, Paul. Improve Your Teaching! Teaching Beginners. London: Faber Music, 2008. Print.
Your Bibliography: "Home." Popchoir. N.p., 2015. Web. 16 Jan. 2015.
Your Bibliography: Kayes, Gillyanne. Singing And The Actor. New York: Routledge/Theatre Arts Books, 2005. Print.
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Your Bibliography: "Langore Village Hall | Langore Village Hall, Langore, Launceston, Cornwall, England, PL15 8LD For Hire." Hallshire. N.p., 2015. Web. 15 Jan. 2015.
I always sing along with students, partly because I can’t always play the full piano part. I wouldn’t worry about that, it’ll give her confidence, she’ll learn from you and eventually she’ll feel brave enough to sing on her own.
Your Bibliography: Mott, Louise. Pupil Confidence. 2015. E-mail.
Your Bibliography: Schwartz, Stephen. Dancing Through Life. Victoria: HAL LEONARD CORPORATION, 2003. Sheet Music.
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