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Music Teachers Aid

Author:Leonard Brandt [Send Author Email]
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January 21, 2001
Description:This is a simple Database to assist you in keeping your lessons, students, music, recordings and other resources completely organised. I find it has made my life much easier and given me much more time with my students and much less time in preperation before lessons.
Has Data:No
Has Forms:No
Reports:I am sure you will find this very simple to use, there are 5 files which accompany this database. MDB Students Info This is the main application and links to all the others. MDB Library Database of all your music and related info. MDB Scales Insert your Scale Curriculum. MDB URL Collection A simple database to keep multiple links related to the music in your library. MDB Rec Collection A simple database to keep a record of your music recordings (also linked through your sheet music library). Helps you keep track of your recordings of works to be performed by your students etc.
Comments:I would appreciate any feedback and also please e-mail me anything you come accross which could be improved or added to this DB.
Price:FREE
Version:HanDBase v.2.7x or greater
File:music_teachers.zip          Downloads: This Month 9 / Total* 1431
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename music_teachers.zip when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

Other Titles from Leonard Brandt

01/21/2001 Chords and Scales [Teaching]
Chords and Scales: A useful guide to help record and monitor your or your students´┐Ż progress on their scales. It includes basic chords and scales used for classical exams as well as those used for the aspiring improviser.

01/21/2001 Musical Terms and Forms. [Reference]
This is a usefull dictionery of currently 766 Musical Terms and forms with brief descriptions on each.

01/21/2001 Practice Log [Teaching]
This is a simple DB which can be used inderpendently or it links with the library DB in the music teachers aid DB. This DB is designed by Leonard Brandt, a trumpet player, to maintain a record of his own practice. The times indicated are the recommended times used by himself for his own practice schedule.