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UWMusic-U is Expanding

It’s been a long time coming, but like the majestic tortoise we are making progress in this race against no one. Seeing people charge money for what has long been free knowledge on the interwebs just seemed like an injustice that needed correcting. The skills and growth that come from learning an instrument is something that we feel is needed now more than ever. Keep checking back, maybe pick up an instrument you’ve never thought of before. Under video instructors we have added as a resource links to a world class Theremin instructor, you know something you’d never find just shuffling around the internet. How about Steel drums? We’ve got that now as well.

Upgrades have been made to nearly every every page inside of the UWMU be sure to check it out, we are glad to have you here. Keep checking in, and we will keep trying to improve. Until next time.

-The Quack

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Uniting with Music made easy

Good after mornevenight folks depending on when you reading this message, a lot of exciting stuff going on here at Uniting with Music as we get this musical battle-station fully operational. It is my true hope that you are able to find something here to make your day better, looking to start an instrument? We got you, over 10 instruments and counting we are adding more and more instructors and web site links daily.

We have a few ideas coming down the pike that will just take some time to get going including a UWMusic Little Achievers Musical Program (L.A.M.P.) that will be focusing on just having fun with little ones making some homemade music to help them inspire creativity, imagination and teaching togetherness through music.

Maybe you have a little music project of your own going on, reach out we’d love to plug it for you and help spread the musical know-how.

Until next time,