Providing Musical Instruments to Kids in Need

Providing Musical Instruments to Kids in Need

Providing Musical Instruments to Kids in Need

Horns in Hand, with the community’s help, provides low or no cost instrument rental to students that need them.  Help us in our mission to provide instruments to students in need.  Learning how to play an instrument can be an essential part of a child’s education.  School’s do not have the funding to provide instruments for all the students who need them, so the Horns in Hand Foundation wants the community’s help.

You can help in multiple ways.

You can donate your used instruments
You can make a monetary donation
You can sponsor an instrument
You can visit our store

 


News Archives

  • Instructional Expertise and Micropolitics: The Social Networks of Instrumental Music Teachers May 28, 2020
    Journal of Research in Music Education, Ahead of Print. The purpose of this study was to understand the social networks of three instrumental music teachers in a midwestern school district. Research questions were (1) How do instrumental music teachers describe their formal/instructional networks? and (2) How do instrumental music teachers’ social networks differ by career […]
  • A Neurophenomenological Investigation of Mindfulness Among Collegiate Musicians May 27, 2020
    Journal of Research in Music Education, Ahead of Print. We investigated the efficacy of a phenomenological matrix of mindfulness as a framework for examining expectations, formal meditation experiences, and appraisals of first-year college music students (N = 18) who participated in a 5-day mindfulness module offered through an introductory course in music education. Participants expressed […]
  • Changes in Perception Accompany the Development of Music Performance Skills May 18, 2020
    Journal of Research in Music Education, Ahead of Print. In two experiments we examined the extent to which musicians identify discrepancies between their intentions and their playing during individual practice. In the first experiment, 60 musicians representing four levels of skill development practiced a familiar piece from their own repertoire for 5 min while being […]