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Dr Eric Rasmussen on music for babies and young children

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Dr Eric Rasmussen on music for babies and young children

Introduction

Dr. Eric Rasmussen chairs the Peabody Preparatory’s Early Childhood Music Department and is a music specialist at two Hopkins-affiliated early childhood learning centers. He presents at regional, national, and international conferences and is currently performing research in music aptitude, specializing in the Music Learning Theory of Edwin Gordon.

Dr Rasmussen is a co-recipient of the Preparatory 2008 Excellence in Teaching Award. He plays trumpet in several bands and composes and curates music for babies and young children.

You can find Teach Music 2 Kids on YouTube here:
https://www.youtube.com/user/teachmusictokids
and on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/TeachMusic2Kids

A link to a podcast on how children best learn music.:

https://www.peabody.jhu.edu/earlychildhood

Playlists curated by Dr Rasmussen on Spotify
www.bit.ly/DrEric1
www.bit.ly/DrEric2
www.bit.ly/DrEric3
www.bit.ly/DrEric4
www.bit.ly/DrEric5

Find out more about Daniel J. Levitin’s publications here:
http://daniellevitin.com/publicpage/
TED talk by Daniel Levitin: https://www.ted.com/speakers/daniel_levitin

Music Learning Theory and the Gordon Institute for Music Learning (GIML) here: https://giml.org/

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