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As you learn more about music, you probably will discover yourself enjoying it more. You can set your own goals for learning activities based on your interests and skills in music.
As you set music project goals, challenge yourself to learn more than you know and can do now. Seek out new experiences and learning opportunities.
In the music project, you can:
- develop and demonstrate performance skills,
- listen to and learn about various types of music,
- compose or arrange music, and
• explore the construction of musical instruments
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Hall, Deb; Bjurstrom, Neil; and Stakey, Shirley, "4-H and Youth Development: Music Project Guide" (2002). 4-H Youth Development Publications. 8.