The perfect gifts for music teachers who help others learn the love of music. Music teachers are often passionate about their students and the power of music to enrich and inspire, and there are many great gift ideas that can show appreciation for their hard work and dedication. Some popular options could include a collection of musical instruments or accessories, a gift card to a favorite music store or online retailer, a book or DVD about music education or technique, or a subscription to a music or education magazine. For the music teacher who loves to perform, you could also consider a ticket to a concert or music festival, a gift certificate for a music lesson or workshop, or a set of sheet music or songbooks. Other ideas could include a music-themed board game or puzzle, a music-themed coffee mug or water bottle, or a collection of music-themed movies or TV shows. Ultimately, the best gift will depend on the recipient's interests and personal style, as well as their connection to music and education.
The Music Teacher from the Black Lagoon Paperback
When the rumors circulate that Ms. Rhoda LaNote is a fright of a teacher that makes her students memorize millions of songs, her latest group of pupils prepares for the worst before meeting her.
Music Is History Hardcover
Music Is History combines Questlove’s deep musical expertise with his curiosity about history, examining America over the past fifty years.
Focusing on the years 1971 to the present, Questlove finds the hidden connections in the American tapes- try, whether investigating how the blaxploitation era reshaped Black identity or considering the way disco took an assembly-line approach to Black genius. And these critical inquiries are complemented by his own memories as a music fan, and the way his appetite for pop culture taught him about America.
Musical Serving Boards
Pluck, play, or strum up a little visual interest at your next rager (or cocktail party at a sensible hour) with this rockstar-approved serving board. Each is handcrafted from Nova Scotian yellow birch and accented with pewter details. We wouldn't blame you for keeping the spotlight-ready piece for yourself—but it also hits the right note with music teachers, songstress friends, and unique home decor enthusiasts.
Game That Song
Game That Song is the perfect card game for families, game night, parties, gifts, and people who just want to have a good time together. It even works as a game while social distancing and playing over video conference!
Music: The Definitive Visual History (Dk Smithsonian) Paperback
Music – that mysterious alchemy of harmonies, lyrics, and rhythm – is a constant in our lives. Discover how music has evolved with human society, accompanying our leisure, religious rituals, and popular festivities. Watch its development during prehistory and before musical notation, when melodies were memorized or improvised. Enjoy galleries of historical instruments such as dulcimers, shawms, psalteries, and tabor pipes.
Personalized Amp Doormat
Welcome guests to your home with the power chord appeal of this personalized amp doormat.
Snark ST-8 Super Tight Clip On Tuner (Current Model)
Newly redesigned processing chip and pitch calibration make for accurate tuning of any instrument. New brighter display and 360 swivel head allow tuning at all angles. Gripped clip grabs on tight and stays in place.
Take Your Pick Guitar Pick Set
With a couple chords and a well-placed solo, a guitarist can convey any number of emotions. But proving to them that you’re their biggest fan isn’t as simple.
Guitar Glasses - Set of 4
These pint glasses sport iconic, graphic guitars from different eras and genres of music.
All-in-one hand exerciser specifically design for many musical instrument. Also can be used for finger strength exercise in daily life.
This Is Your Brain on Music: The Science of a Human Obsession Paperback
In this groundbreaking union of art and science, rocker-turned-neuroscientist Daniel J. Levitin explores the connection between music—its performance, its composition, how we listen to it, why we enjoy it—and the human brain.
Taking on prominent thinkers who argue that music is nothing more than an evolutionary accident, Levitin poses that music is fundamental to our species, perhaps even more so than language.