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Electropiano for Music Education
Piano instruction has a tradition of one teacher for one student at one time in one room. This is not efficient in cost of teacher time per student hour of instruction or in cost of acoustically isolated space. In some ways it is not effective because it delays the student's experience of playing piano with and for other students. There is now a more efficient and effective piano teaching system using a classroom full of special Electropianos.
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