NAfME member middle and high school music teachers can now receive 30 monthly copies of In Tune Monthly magazine’s digital edition simply by going online to
FOR 15 YEARS, In Tune has been a reading resource used by educators to bring a wide variety of musical subjects into their classrooms.
- Either in addition to the printed or digital subscriptions you may have already purchased, or if you’ve never subscribed before, you can now get In Tune’s teacher’s edition, lesson plans and assessment materials, and free monthly access to copies for your students.
- All that’s required is Internet access, via any computer or mobile device.
- One click brings In Tune’s stories about today’s music world, theory and technique, instruments and equipment, music technology, higher music education and music from all genres to your classes. And, the digital edition of In Tune is identical in content and design to the printed magazine.
Whether you assign readings and make it part of your program or just give your students access to the most contemporary and relevant reading materials available for band, orchestra, chorus or general music students, you can now get your students In Tune without cost!
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