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World Music education is reinvented on TikTok with #MusicSaves

22:20  19 october  2020
22:20  19 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The new # MusicSaves campaign from the Save The Music Foundation has spread virally on TikTok , earning more than 174.3 million cumulative views through “So show us how music changed your life, and support Save The Music , an organization dedicated to supporting music education in schools

# musicsaves - Whether it's changing lives, or just brightening your day, # MusicSaves . So show us how music changed your life, and support Save The Music , an organization dedicated to supporting music education in schools across the country.

La fondation américaine Save the Music! a lancé l'initiative #MusicSaves sur TikTok pour sensibiliser le grand public à l'importance de l'apprentissage de la musique à l'école. © Save the Music / Tiktok The American Save the Music foundation! launched the #MusicSaves initiative on TikTok to raise awareness among the general public about the importance of learning music at school.

Lil Nas X, Jawsh 685, Wejdene… We do not count the number of musicians for which the TikTok application was the springboard. A phenomenon including the American foundation Save the Music! tries to take advantage, in order to sensitize the 850 million users of the application to the importance of music education.

While more than 5 million American children do not receive music education in school, the Save The Music! is worried that this figure will sharply increase with the health crisis.

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Discover the latest # musicsaves hashtag Tiktok videos. 8.9K videos, 172.0m views - Watch awesome short videos created with trending hashtag # musicsaves . So show us how music changed your life, and support Save The Music , an organization dedicated to supporting music education in schools

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Right now we are facing an existential moment for music education. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, school budgets are reduced, new health recommendations impose timetable restrictions for music lessons and many students continue to take lessons at home. For the first time in years, we literally have to save music, "the foundation said in a statement.

That's why the organization Save the Music! Launched the #MusicSaves campaign on TikTok for young users last September application become aware of the "important social, emotional and cultural benefits" that music education provides. An initiative that is very successful on the video sharing platform, where it has garnered more than 164.4 million views through educational and parody videos

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COVID-19 has shown us that we need the skills developed through music study more than ever. EQ, or emotional quotient, is not addressed much in our schools.

Among them is a video where The Roots guitarist, Captain Kirk Douglas, covers the track “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” by The Beatles, or another in which the nominated American songwriter at the Grammy Awards, Ross Copperman talks about the importance of the musical education he received in school.

"Whether it's changing lives, or just brightening up your day, #MusicSaves. Show us how music has changed your life and support Save The Music, an organization dedicated to music education in schools [in the United States], ”explains the Saves the Music foundation on TikTok.

In addition to educating TikTok users about the importance of music in school programs, the Save the Music! also launched a new educational portal. On the program: more than 100 music teaching and learning resources for teachers, parents and students to continue playing music despite the pandemic.

If music education at school has been greatly affected by the health crisis, some neophytes have taken advantage of the months of confinement to perfect their knowledge in the matter. Many of them have offered themselves a piano or a guitar, so much so that the manufacturer Fender told the New York Times that 2020 will be "a record year".

"This will be the biggest year in Fender history in terms of sales volume, record double-digit growth days, e-commerce sales and beginner's hardware. I never would have thought we would. Would be here today if you had asked me the question in March, "Andy Mooney, managing director of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, told the American daily.

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